China is not only the largest source of environmental pollution, but also the largest region in terms of growth in green energy generation.
According to the source, the total capacity of wind farms in China has exceeded 300 GW. More precisely, it reached 302.2 GW.
The source does not specify the growth rates for the last months or a month, but notes that the Chinese players in this market are striving to have time to put projects into operation by the end of the year, since from the beginning of 2022 the state program to support such projects will no longer work. At the same time, as a result of the goals set by the program, China will achieve by 2030, which is four years ahead of the original deadline. These goals are at around 1200 GW of total capacity for wind and solar power plants in the country.
Also, analysts’ forecast indicates that by 2027 the total capacity of wind farms in China will reach 485 GW, of which 38.5 GW will come from offshore wind farms.