Build the largest wind power equipment production base in China Siemens settled in Lingang editor's note: Siemens' first wind turbine equipment manufacturing plant in China - Siemens wind power blade (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. broke ground in Shanghai Lingang Industrial Zone. This marks that Shanghai Lingang Industrial Zone has gathered three leading wind power equipment manufacturers at home and abroad, including German Siemens and Shanghai Electric, which have developed the key process formula with independent intellectual property rights. They have become one of the largest wind power equipment production bases in China
May 22: today, Siemens wind turbine blade (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., Siemens' first wind turbine equipment manufacturing plant in China, broke ground in Shanghai Lingang Industrial Zone. This indicates that Shanghai Lingang Industrial Zone has gathered three leading wind power equipment manufacturers at home and abroad, including German Siemens, Shanghai Electric and Huayi Electric, and has become one of the largest wind power equipment production bases in China; This is also the second new energy industry base built in the power generation, transmission and distribution industry cluster after Lingang Industrial Zone has become the largest and most influential nuclear power equipment manufacturing base in China
Siemens wind power project has significant economic and social benefits. The total investment of Siemens wind power project in the first phase is about 100million euros, with a land area of 180000 square meters. Among them, the wind power blade project has registered and established Siemens wind power blade (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. in Lingang. The total investment is different from the conventional electronic universal experimental machine in that its control mode is that the load control amount is 64 million euros, and the registered capital is 25 million euros. It is responsible for the production and installation of blades, mechanical parts, electrical parts, hydraulic parts and supporting parts of wind power generation equipment; Siemens is registering and establishing Siemens wind turbine engine room (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. near the port, which also needs UTM to play a greater role. The first phase investment is 12million euros, and the registered capital is 5million euros. The project will operate at the same time with the blade project; The second phase of the wind turbine engine room manufacturing project will increase capital by 35million euros
in terms of sea and land transportation, the new production base is in a superior position, adjacent to Yangshan deep sea port. According to the plan, Siemens will produce 2.3 MW and 3.6 MW fan blades at the initial stage of production. These blades will use the patented technology of Siemens integralblade, because there is no glue node, so that the blades can avoid damage. At a later stage, the production base will produce the engine room. The engine room is installed on the top of the tower, supporting the impeller and covering the main components of the fan, including the gearbox, transmission device and electronic controller
the production base plans to have an average annual production capacity of 500 MW. The first batch of fan blades and engine rooms will be delivered during the 2010 Shanghai WorldExpo. Siemens has preset an open space in the port area for the further expansion of this production base in the future
in recent years, China's wind power market has achieved rapid development. As of 2008, China's installed capacity of wind power has reached 12.21 GW, accounting for 10% of the world's total, ranking fourth in the world. It is estimated that by 2015, the annual growth rate of China's wind power installed capacity will be as high as about 30%. In February this year, the Chinese government took the development of renewable energy, including wind energy, as one of the important strategies to deal with the economic crisis
"China is likely to rapidly develop into the world's largest wind power market. Therefore, we will further commit ourselves to this environmental protection technology to strengthen our world leading position in this field." Dr. Hao Ruiqiang, CEO of Siemens' Northeast Asia business area and President and CEO of Siemens (China) Co., Ltd., said, "Siemens has become a leader in environmental protection technology in the field of infrastructure. Through this investment, we have taken a big step towards the goal of no need for users to panic in 2010 - 40% of the order volume comes from our environmental protection related business portfolio."
: Siemens enters the Chinese wind power market