Mui Dinh WPP has been synchronized with the national power system

17/01/2019 11:23:00 - views: 284

After more than one - year construction and two – month test operation, Mui Dinh wind power farm invested by EAB (German Federal Republic) has been officially synchronized with the national power system.

Mũi Dinh WPP đã được đồng bộ hóa với hệ thống điện quốc gia
Illustrative image (Source: Internet)

Mui Dinh wind power farm including 16 turbines with a total capacity of 37.6 MW (annual average generation of around 105 million kWh) and a total investment level of VND 1,272 billion is developed on an area of 12 ha in Tu Thien village, Phuoc Dinh commune, Thuan Nam district, Ninh Thuan province.
This is the second project in a total of 12 wind power projects having been granted for the investment certificate in Ninh Thuan province that has been officially synchronized with the national power system.

Thereby, it plays an important role in promoting socio-economic growth and gradually supporting Ninh Thuan province to become a Renewable Energy Center of the country in accordance with the Resolution 115 of the Government.

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