China has completed its largest offshore wind farm to date off the coast of Rudong in the Yellow Sea. It is expected to supply 1750 gigawatt hours of electricity per year at full capacity and help reduce CO2 emissions by nearly 1.5 million tons. Construction of offshore wind turbines in China increased by nearly 28 percent last year, reports the South China Morning Post. In 2020, the People’s Republic installed over three gigawatts of new turbines.
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