A Power to develop a 19.5 MW Wind Farm in eastern China

Shenyang, China, October 14, 2009 – A-Power Energy Generation Systems Ltd., a distributed power generation systems provider, won a contract to develop a 19.5 MW wind farm in Eastern China.

A-Power will develop the Rizhao Donggang Wind Farm for the Shandong subsidiary of Datang International Power Generation Co. The total value of the contract is $36.2 million.

The company is to supply the wind turbines, the towers and the foundations, and oversee the construction, subcontracting and installation for this project.

The estimated cost breakdown is as follows: equipment procurement $33.7 million; construction and installation $1.9 million; miscellaneous $586,000. The project is due to commence November this year and the estimated completion time is November 2010.

The Rizhao Donggang Wind Farm project, owned by Rizhao City Hengyuan Wind Power Co., has an initial requirement of eight units of the 2.5/2.7 MW wind turbines, and it is expandable to 100 MW.

The project was approved by the provincial Development and Reform Commission and the National Resources Bureau of Shandong Province and the permit for transmission to the electricity power grid has been issued by the Shandong Electricity Co.

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A-Power to develop 50 MW wind farm in Inner Mongolia

Shenyang, China, September 15, 2009 – A-Power Energy Generation Systems, a provider of distributed power generation systems in China and a manufacturer of wind turbines, won a contract to develop a 49.5 MW wind farm in Inner Mongolia.

The Saiwusu Wind Farm will be built for the Urat Rear Banner-based Jihe Orient Wind Energy Co. The total value of the contract is $90.5 million.

A-Power will supply the wind turbines, towers and foundations, as well as oversee the construction, subcontracting and installation for this project.

The estimated cost breakdown is as follows: equipment procurement $84.2 million; construction and installation $4.8 million; miscellaneous $1.5 million.

The project is due to commence early October this year and the estimated completion time is June 2010.

The Saiwusu Wind Farm project, owned by Jihe Orient, was approved by the National Resources Bureau of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and the permit for transmission to the electricity power grid has been issued by the Inner Mongolia Power Co. Its feed-in tariff also has been approved by China’s National Development and Reform Commission.