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Transition to Wind, China

The goal of the Hebei Chongli Qingsanying 49.3MW Wind Farm Project is to generate electricity using a renewable wind power source.  The generated output is sold through the Jing-Jin-Tang Power Grid to the North China Power Grid – resulting in lower greenhouse gas emissions, reduced air pollution and additional energy security.


Project Type

Renewable Energy

Carbon Standard

United Nations Climate Change Clean Development Mechanism

Unit Type



ACM0002 Methodology – Consolidated methodology for grid-connected electricity generation from renewable sources

Project ID



2020 (all our vintages are Climate Active compliant)

Why support this project?

In a region dominated by coal-fired power plants, this project activity thus avoids CO2 emissions from electricity generation by fossil fuel power plants. The wind farm will accelerate the commercialisation of grid-connected renewable energy technologies and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in China, compared to a business-as-usual scenario.

The project consists of 58 units of wind generators, each of which has a capacity of 850kW resulting in a total capacity of 49.3MW.

Beyond greenhouse gas emissions reductions, the use of renewable energy results in lower levels of air pollution, providing additional energy security to the region, promoting economic development and creating new employment opportunities during both the construction and operation of the project.

Project Location

The project is located in Qingsanying Village, Chongli County, Zhangjiakou City, Hebei Province in North China. The region is about 25.8 km far away from the government of Chongli County, and 220km away from Beijing, the Capital of China.

Real and Lasting Impact:

Permanence: Project activities must represent permanent reductions in GHG emissions. These renewable wind energy projects avoid emissions by displacing grid energy supply from fossil fuel generation sources. Avoided emissions are considered permanent.

Additionality: A project is additional if the GHG emissions reductions would not occur without the intervention of the project activity. For renewable energy projects to meet additionality requirements, an analysis of alternative energy infrastructure development including the expansion of emissions-intensive, fossil-fuel electricity infrastructure is required. The analysis compares the investment financial rate of return (IRR) for the renewable energy project with the relevant benchmark, and all identified alternative projects that could be implemented to meet electricity demand. This comparative analysis determines the financial viability of the renewable energy project compared to alternative fossil-fuel energy projects and indicates whether a project requires income from carbon offsets to be financially viable. It was determined that these renewable energy projects would not achieve a sufficient IRR without the income from carbon offsets. Therefore, the projects are considered additional.

Leakage: In the context of renewable energy projects, leakage refers to the risk that the establishment of the project will generate measurable emissions increases outside the project area. Emissions leakage is very unlikely to occur due to the nature of displacing electricity and avoiding GHG emissions which would have otherwise been generated by fossil fuel sources. As such, renewable energy projects are considered to have negligible leakage risk.

SDGs: The project is aligned with the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:



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