Welwind Energy: Relocation of Windfarm Project
Zhanjiang Government and Zhanjiang Development and Reform Commission jointly held a meeting on January 10, 2010 to discuss the relocation of Welwind Energy International's Zhanjiang wind farm project.Â WelwindÂ (OTCBB:WWEI - News)Â was informed that the two government bodies reached a consensus to relocate the Company's project to Nansan Island (Nansandao) in Guangzhou.Â Nansan Island is located approximately 8 miles from the Zhanjiang Airport with a short ferry ride from the mainland.Â Nansan IslandÂ occupies an area of 123.4 square kilometers, with a coastline of 83Â kilometers. Nansan Island is a famous tourist location and has a population of 72,000.
It is expected that the power generated from the Company's wind farm will be sent to the mainland utilizing a localÂ bridge connecting Nansan and Potou District of Zhanjiang, whichÂ is currently under constructionÂ and it is expected to be completed this year.
During the meetings held between the Company, Zhanjiang Government and Zhanjiang Development and Reform Commission, it was stated that finalÂ approval will be issuedÂ in March or April. Welwind has agreed to the relocation to Nansan Island and will review final documentation supplied to the Company by the Government and Commission in March/April.
Welwind Energy International Corp. is committed to providing the best resource option available for renewable energy, protecting our environment, empowering communities, bolstering local economies and respecting the rights of future generations. Welwind Energy International was founded to build, own and operate wind farms on an international scale. The company's goal is to become a leading provider of clean energy products for the residential, business and governmental consumer.
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