Haihao Group powering the winds of change in wind energy
On October 16th, the 2023 Beijing International Wind Power Conference and Exhibition (CWP2023) kicked off, heralding a four-day celebration of innovation and collaboration in the wind energy industry. The event witnessed over 100 domestic and international wind power companies join hands with various industry organizations to sign and unveil the “Global Wind Power Industry Supply Chain Security Declaration.” This declaration aims to forge a secure, stable, efficient, open, inclusive, and mutually beneficial global wind power supply chain system. It is a concerted effort to advance the high-quality development of the global wind power sector and contribute to global climate action and energy transformation.
As the world strives to achieve “dual carbon” goals and systematically build new energy systems, wind energy, as a stalwart in the clean energy transition, finds itself in an unprecedented era of opportunities. In 2023, monumental wind energy base construction, epitomized by the Shagohaba Scene, is rapidly advancing. Concurrently, as a pivotal element in rural revitalization, the “Thousand Villages and Ten Thousand Towns Embrace the Wind Action” is gaining momentum, fostering deep integration between rural economies and wind power development. This initiative also opens up new avenues for incremental wind energy growth.
Technological innovation has granted the industry wings for rapid advancement. Thanks to policy support and collective efforts, China’s wind energy sector has witnessed significant strides in product and technology innovation. Gigawatt-class turbine models continually break new ground, and the industry’s level of automation is rapidly rising. The supporting industry experiences consistent upgrades. Moreover, alongside falling wind turbine bidding prices and steadily decreasing wind power generation costs, the competitiveness of wind energy is becoming more pronounced.
Simultaneously, China is increasingly engaging with the global wind energy community and has emerged as an indispensable player in the global fight against climate change. As the world’s largest wind power market and the largest wind power equipment manufacturing hub, China accounts for over 60% of the global wind power component and complete unit production. Critical components constitute over 70% of the global market. China’s wind energy sector has achieved full coverage in areas such as technology research and development, project development and construction, equipment supply, testing and certification, and support services, forming a highly specialized and internationalized business chain.
Haihao Group: Elevating Wind Power with Flanges
Haihao Group, an industry leader, extends its expertise to the wind power sector, providing high-quality flange products that are critical in the construction of wind turbines. Our flanges meet rigorous industry standards and are built to withstand the demanding conditions of wind energy projects. With a strong commitment to quality, innovation, and sustainability, Haihao Group is proud to support the global wind energy industry in its quest for a cleaner, greener future. Together, we’re shaping the winds of change!