Goldwind has secured a new wind turbines supply contract for 20 units of GW 121-2.5MW high-temperature model wind turbines for the ACTII project in Pakistan.

Chinese multinational wind turbine manufacturer, Goldwind has announced that it has secured a new wind turbines supply contract for 20 units of GW 121-2.5MW high-temperature model wind turbines for ACTII project in Pakistan. The project is located at Jhimpir of Sindh Province in Pakistan, where is well known as the “wind corridor” with around 1 GW installed wind capacity.

This is the second time cooperation between Goldwind and the experienced local wind project developer ACT Wind (Pvt) Ltd. The company’s first project – 30MW ACT wind power project has also employed Goldwind’s technology and well operated for around 4 years.

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To well serve the market and customers, Goldwind has developed customised environmental adaptability solutions for Pakistan’s particular hot temperature and sandy environment, ensuring excellent performance and high-level availability of the project owner’s wind turbine assets. The reliability of Goldwind’s products has received high recognition from the local wind industry.

Following the secured order of Gul Ahmed II wind power project and ACTII project, the Chinese manufacturer has also achieved the milestone of contract signing for the Artistic II wind power project. It is expected to see 150 MW new installation of Goldwind turbines in Pakistan in the coming years, and Goldwind’s total installation in the country will reach 477 MW.

“Over the years, Goldwind has rooted in the Pakistani market and fulfilled its commitment. As exploring deeply into the market, Goldwind has formed professional teams composed of local employees for sales, operation and maintenance services, creating jobs and training professionals locally. In the future, Goldwind will continue to support the “Belt and Road” initiative, bring high-quality products and technologies to Pakistan, and support the country’s development and people’s life with reliable, sustainable and affordable renewable energy,” the firm issued in a statement.

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Last year, Goldwind Americas, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology, has announced that it has secured a firm turbine supply order for the 200 megawatts (MW) Golden South Wind Project located in Assiniboia, Saskatchewan in Canada.

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