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From HULL LIVE | Tuesday 6 November 2018

Delegates from Yangjiang visit East Yorkshire on the hunt for business partners and suppliers who are key players in renewables sector.

Su Yujun , director of Yangjiang Bureau of Development and Reform, with East Riding Council leader Cllr Stephen Parnaby. Image: Hull Live.

Chinese politicians and business leaders see the Humber region as being a key supplier as it forges ahead with an ambitious offshore wind plan.

Delegates from Yangjiang, in southern China, visited East Yorkshire on Friday, November 2 on the hunt for business partners and suppliers who are key players in the renewables sector.

The province Yangjiang is in, southwest Guangdong, has a vision of generating 68GW of offshore wind power by 2035 – 10GW of which will be off the coast of Yangjiang.

Yangjiang’s mayor, Wen Zhanbin, visited Hessle’s ergo centre on Friday morning, to sign a letter of intent to use the Humber region as a key supplier for its offshore vision.

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