Nonsovereign (Private) Project | 41943-014 Status: Active


Project Results



    tCO2 equivalent per year in greenhouse gas emission reduction



    MW installed energy generation capacity using conventional and renewable energy sources

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Project Details

Project Officer
Kanda, Masayuki Private Sector Operations Department Request for information
  • China, People's Republic of
  • Energy
Project Number 41943-014
Location 6 km from Da Zhang Fang Village and 110 km from Chifeng municipality in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region
Approval Number 7285/2435
Type of ADB Assistance / Amount
7285 Loan CNY 164.00 million Committed
Strategic Agendas Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change
Sector / Subsector

Energy - Renewable energy generation - wind

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Responsible ADB Department Private Sector Operations Department
Responsible ADB Division Portfolio Management Division, PSOD
Responsible ADB Officer Kanda, Masayuki
Project Sponsor(s) China Datang Corporation (Datang)
Kyushu Electric Power Co. Inc. (Kyuden)
Sumitomo Corporation (Sumitomo)
Objectives and Scope The Project will promote sustainable growth and environmental improvement in PRC through contributions toward achieving minimum share targets for renewable energy in the generation mix and for wind power generation in particular. The Project will also mitigate significant amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and improve the energy security of the country by developing indigenous energy sources. By supporting a collaboration between one of the established big-five local power companies and foreign strategic investors with expertise in wind, the Project features a strong model to enhance private sector participation in wind power generation, which is at an early stage and which is crucial for the further development of the sector, and thus will encourage the private sector to invest in wind power projects beyond the Project's interventions. The Project will help Inner Mongolia's economic growth and energy diversification in an environmentally sustainable manner. Finally, by providing long-term CNY financing, the loan will provide the best possible financing solution for the Project under the current market circumstances that would not be available without ADB's participation.
Status of Development Objectives The Project has achieved approximately 568,281 tons CO2 emission reduction since the start of commercial operations in September 2009 until December 2013.
Status of Operation/Construction From 2009 to 2013, the Borrower has generated and sold electricity of total 493.3 GWh approximately. Average availability rate in 2013 was kept at as high as 95.6%.
Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy The Project is in line with ADB's country strategy for PRC, which includes clean energy development and inclusive growth. The Project is consistent with ADB's private sector operations in the PRC, which focus on the infrastructure and energy sectors, the financial sector, and environmental improvements. The Project is also consistent with ADB's Energy Policy that recommends a reorientation of energy sector activities to address regional and global environmental impacts. By introducing clean technologies, the Project will address regional and global environmental problems by reducing GHG emissions.
Safeguard Categories
Environment B
Involuntary Resettlement C
Indigenous Peoples C
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects Since this is a wind-power undertaking, and except for life waste, no harmful atmospheric or solid contaminants are discharged during operation. Therefore there is no occurrence of air or water contamination, green space reduction or soil erosion caused by project operation. The wind power facilities emit mechanical noise at a level of approximately 100 110dB during operation, however, there is no human habitation within 4km of the facility, and beyond 4km there is no impact from the noise. As there are limited environmental impacts on air, noise, ecology andvisual impacts, regular visual monitoring suffices as part of operation and maintenance work for the turbines and surrounding areas.
Involuntary Resettlement
Indigenous Peoples
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
Timetable for assistance design, processing and implementation
Concept Clearance 11 Sep 2007
Due Diligence 17 Nov 2007
Credit Committee Meeting 05 Aug 2008
Approval 04 Sep 2008
PDS Creation Date 29 Jul 2008
Last PDS Update 23 Mar 2015

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Title Document Type Document Date
Inner Mongolia Wind Power Project Extended Annual Review Reports Nov 2012
Inner Mongolia Wind Power Project Reports and Recommendations of the President Aug 2008
Inner Mongolia Wind Power Project Initial Poverty and Social Analysis Jul 2008

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