Green Power Industry—Wind Energy

The construction of offshore wind farm has become an important way for CT to assist with the government's renewable energy policy. In 2014, CT and Fuhai Wind Farm Corporation have signed a contract for the manufacturing and assembling of offshore wind turbines, officially becoming a part of the offshore wind power industrial chain. In 2015, CT has completed the steel structure for the "Meteorological Observatory", which was used to collect relevant data such as wind speed, wind direction, air pressure, temperature, humidity, rainfall and solar irradiance, all of which would be taken as a crucial reference for the establishment of offshore wind turbines in the days to come. It is expected that by the end of 2017, CT will complete a total of 2 power demonstration units. In terms of global wind power developmental trends, Denmark is currently a leader in this field. Therefore, CT has traveled a long distance to Denmark at the end of this year to observe the wind power facilities for itself and conduct technical & experience exchange with Denmark, seeking for a chance to cooperate with Denmark. In the future, CT will continue to expand its overseas markets, looking forward to achieving the ultimate goal of "non-nuclear homeland" by the end of 2025.

Meteorological Observatory     

Tower Framework68m truss structure
Foundation PilesLength: 68 m
Diameter: 4.2 m
Thickness: 50 mm
Weight: 340 metric tons