China Three Gorges Renewables Unveils 18 GW Energy Project in Inner Mongolia

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China Three Gorges Renewables, a Chinese state-owned power company, is planning to develop a massive 18 GW energy project in Ordos, Inner Mongolia. This $11 billion project will comprise 8 GW solar PV project, 4 GW of wind, 4 GW of coal-fired power and 5 GWh of battery energy storage. 200 MW of solar thermal capacity is also planned as part of this project.

Construction on the project is expected to begin in September 2024 and the project is planned to be ready for commissioning by 2027. The power generated from this project will be transmitted to Beijing- Tianjin-Hebei cluster in northern China via an ultra-high voltage power transmission line.

56 per cent of the investment is held by China Three Gorges Renewables’ onshore unit and the remaining by local government-backed Inner Mongolia Energy Group Co Ltd. China Three Gorges Renewables is China Three Gorges Corporation’s alternative energy arm and is also working on pumped storage, energy storage, and hydrogen segments.

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