A-Power Contracts For Wind Turbines With China National Automation Control System

Shenyang based A-Power Energy Generation Systems, has signed its second sales contract with China National Automation Control System Corporation for the sale of 50 2.7 MW wind turbines.

This is in addition to the previously announced contract with CACS for five 2.7MW units. These units are expected to be delivered by July, 2009.

These 2.7MW wind turbines will be produced at A-Power's new wind turbine production facility in Shenyang, China with components the company has secured from Fuhrlander AG and other European wind power component suppliers, which will begin arriving in November. This facility consists of two production lines with a designed annual capacity of 300 units of 2.7MW wind turbines and 420 units of 750kW wind turbines, totaling over 1.1GW in annual output.

CACS, a subsidiary of China National Machinery & Equipment Group, has been a leading provider of power generation solutions to both China and the international markets since 1981. A-Power will supply wind turbines to CACS' wind farm projects in Gansu province and the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

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