Jan. 10, 2012 (China Knowledge) - China Longyuan Power Group Corp<0916
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The firm's wind power output surged 32.3% year on year to 13.35 TWhs and its thermal power output climbed 3.49% to 11.75 TWhs in 2011.
Electricity output from other renewable energy sources soared 59.26% year on year to 169.50 gigawatt hours.
Last month, the company's electricity output grew only 3.86% year on year to 2.34 TWhs. There was a year-on-year growth of 6.77% in wind power output, 0.74% increase in thermal power output but a 23.58% decline in output from other renewable energy sources.