CSIC Offshore Wind Power seeks yard to build wind installation platform

CSIC Offshore Wind Power seeks yard to build wind installation platform

CSIC Offshore Wind Power Engineering & Technology, the offshore engineering unit of state-run shipbuilding giant CSIC, has issued an open tender looking for a yard to construct an offshore wind turbine installation platform.

The potential bidders are requested to submit the tender documents before a deadline of July 17.

CSIC Offshore Wind Power was established in Tianjin last year to cater to the fast growing engineering demand from domestic offshore wind farms.

China is pushing forward with its plans for promoting offshore wind power, with a target of wind power accounting for about 6% of the total generaring capacity in the country by 2020.

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