Aden Energy to provide on-site wind energy for the chemical industry in East China

Aden Energy to provide on-site wind energy for the chemical industry in East China

Aden Energy has taken the next steps on a major clean-industry project in East China. With a freshly signed LOI, Aden Energy is now positioned to generate and manage renewable energy for one of East China’s top international manufacturers in the fluorochemical industry.

The project will give Aden Energy one of its biggest opportunities yet to demonstrate the value and efficacy of on-site green energy – in this case, by investing in the development of wind turbines and managing their long-term O&M. It will also give Aden Energy the chance to demonstrate that any industrial site can quickly make major progress on sustainability KPIs without sacrificing any of its productivity.  

This project will supply the plant with an incredible 43 to 53 million kWh of zero-carbon energy per year. To put that in context, this is equivalent to the energy used by 35,000 to 40,000 Chinese households in one year.

To maximize the use of all of this clean energy, Aden Energy will also be installing and operating a 10-mWh power storage battery. This means the site can optimize its energy consumption and expenses, creating wind power when conditions are most favorable and storing it for use when grid prices spike.  The project also contributes to the larger sustainability of East China and will help ensure that the local government is meeting its own strict carbon-emission KPIs.

Aden Energy will service the wind turbine for 20 years and the energy storage unit for 15 years, over which time tens of millions of RMB will be saved, and countless tons of CO2 will never be emitted.