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Ch’angtu

 

a city in China, in the Tibetan Autonomous Region; situated in the valley of the Lants’ang Chiang (Mekong River), at an elevation of more than 3,000 m. Population, approximately 10,000. Ch’angtu is a commercial and transportation center on the Szechwan-Tibet Highway. Its industries include the repair of motor vehicles and the manufacture of leather products.

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The new facility managed continuous production in February and volumes surpassed those of its Changtu facility, said the company.
Wind power projects: Liaoning Changtu Sanjiangkou 48 MW project; Liaoning Faku Shuangtaizi 48 MW wind power project; Datang Yangxi Baishawan 36 MW wind power project; Hebei Fengning Luotuogou phase 2 48 MW wind power project ; Jiangxi Anyuan Jiulongshan 48 MW wind power project; Jiangxi Fengcheng Yuhuashan 48 MW wind power project, 276 MW in total.
Sanjiangkou Town, Changtu County, Tieling City, Liaoning
Wind power project: Datang International Changtu Sanjiangkou wind
Meanwhile, Phase II of Liaoning Huaneng Changtu Laocheng Wind Farm (which is wholly owned bythe Company) has also put 24 single units with 2MW each, having an aggregate generation capacity of 48MW, into operation recently.
HPI", the "Company") (NYSE: HNP; HKEx: 902; SSE: 600011) announced that Huaneng Liaoning Changtu Laocheng Wind Farm Project (which is wholly-owned by the Company) had recently obtained the approval from the Development and Reform Commission of the Liaoning Province.
HPI" or the "Company")(NYSE: HNP; HKEx: 902; SSE: 600011) today announced that the construction project at Phase I of Huaneng Changtu Taiping Wind Farm (which is wholly-owned by the Company) in Liaoning Province, having an aggregate generation capacity of 49.
As regards project development and construction, during the first half of 2011, the Jiangsu Jinling CCGT co-generation project, Liaoning Changtu Taiping Wind Power Plant project and Yunnan Laochang Mining Area Bailongshan Coal Mine No.
HPI" or the "Company") (NYSE: HNP; HKEx: 902; SSE: 600011) is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned Huaneng Liaoning Changtu Taiping Wind Power Project has recently been approved by Liaoning Provincial Development and Reform Commission of the People's Republic of China.
The Company's 42nd store, situated in Changtu county, Liaoning Province, was opened on November 15th, 2010.