Chinese wind power company opens Dallas office

Dallas, May 25, 2010 — Mingyang Wind Power Industry Group, the third largest wind energy company in China, opened its new Dallas-based operations office as part of its global expansion program.

Of the top turbine manufacturers in China, Mingyang is the only one that is not government owned, and now one of its major shareholders and also strategic partner is Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.

Mingyang’s newly opened Dallas office will serve customers in North and South America for the foreseeable future.

Mingyang offers wind turbines and equipment, engineering services and financing through a seamless contractual relationship to its clients. From its inception, the company has focused on adapting its designs and engineering to meet different climatic conditions. For example, its blades are resilient to freezing temperatures and typhoon winds.

Currently, Mingyang’s 2,000 employees operate from five locations in China. As the company rolls out its plans for becoming an affordable provider of wind energy services, Mingyang can be expected to build and operate manufacturing centers in cities like Dallas.


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