China Energy Group’s first “offshore wind power +” project launched
Recently, China Energy Group Longyuan Power’s Jiangsu large-scale “offshore wind power + marine ranch” integration project key technology research and construction drawing design work was officially launched. As China Energy Group’s first “wind-fishing integration” offshore aquaculture demonstration project, this project will help promote the arrival of the “offshore wind power +” era.
The project is located in Jiangsu Sheyang Offshore Wind Farm, with an installed capacity of 300 MW and 67 wind turbines with a unit capacity of 4.5 MW, occupying a sea area of about 48 square kilometers. The project makes use of the space between offshore wind power arrays to build marine pastures, gives full play to the advantages of green energy supply from offshore wind power, and realizes the intelligent equipment configuration of deep-sea net cages. Carry out internal and external fusion design.
Considering the advantages of wind power and net cage platform relay station, the farming net cages and fan foundations are connected through trestles. The trestle and fan foundations are connected flexibly, and the cables are led from the fans to the net cages through the trestles; No. 32 unit is initially selected As a test site, a bottom-mounted steel structure cube cage is arranged. The center size of the column is about 60 meters, and the maximum water body is about 50,000 cubic meters. The adult fish can reach 250 tons at a time; it is the first time to configure intelligent breeding technology, through remote control It can realize functions such as automatic feeding, automatic net washing, remote monitoring, and breeding data analysis, and realize the less-manned on-duty and fully automatic management of deep-sea farming, making the dream of “water power generation and underwater fish farming” a reality.
As the first “wind-fishing integrated” marine ranch of China Energy Group Longyuan Power, this project gives full play to the advantages of intensive use of the sea and centralized development to create a “coupling of offshore wind power, marine ranch, and marine ecological environment restoration and protection.” The offshore wind power +” industrial cluster explores a new path for the unmanned and less-manned operation and maintenance mode of deep sea farming.