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Zhang Lei: Chasing the wind

12-31-2013 16:38 BJT Special Report: Chinese Dream |

By Jerry Shi


Zhang Lei,CEO of Envision Energy, founded the high-tech wind power enterprise from scratch in 2007, initially with a ten-person team.

Backed by a European investment firm, the Jiangyin, Jiangsu-based enterprise was selected as a Forbes technology pioneer company in 2009.

The clean technology company doubled its energy output from 137MW in 2009 to 251MW in 2010. By 2013, its installed capacity surged to more than 1,000MW. 

At present, Envision's business areas include designing and manufacturing smart wind turbines, software services for smart wind farms, diagnostic and technical services, integrated project management services, asset management services and energy investment services.

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