Ming Yang Wind Power Obtaining Type Certificate of DNV-GL under GL 2010 Worldwide for 1.5MW-89 Wind Turbine

"This is a milestone in meeting international quality standards and is an important step towards internationalization"

ZHONGSHAN, China, Aug. 1, 2014 -- China Ming Yang Wind Power (NYSE: MY) ("Ming Yang" or the "Company"), today announced that its MY1.5-89 wind turbine has obtained the GL 2010 Type Certification issued by DNV-GL Group. The MY1.5-89 wind turbine is optimized for low wind speed areas, and is part of the successful Ming Yang 1.5MW wind turbine platform.


DNV-GL Group, formed in September 2013 with the merger of two global leading certification bodies DNV (Det Norske Veritas) and GL (Germanische Lloyd), is a leading independent certification body in global renewable energy industry.

"This is a milestone in meeting international quality standards and is an important step towards internationalization," commented Chuanwei Zhang, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ming Yang. "Our MY1.5-89 follows our established MY1.5-77 in obtaining leading international type certification, and we are confident that our wind turbines with various specifications can provide an effective solution for customers in China and beyond."

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