China Ming Yang Wind Power Group Ltd founded in 2006. The Company is a wind turbine manufacturer in China, focusing on designing, manufacturing, selling and servicing megawatt-class wind turbines and the provision of related maintenance services in the People's Republic of China (the "PRC") and the Republic of India ("India"). Its current products consist of (i) basic models of wind turbines with a rated power capacity of 1.5MW, (ii) wind turbines with a rated power capacity of 2.0MW, and (iii) 2.5/3.0MW SCD wind turbines. Each product type may be installed with one of three rotor blade models depending on the location and wind conditions. 1.5MW wind turbines are widely used model in China. As of December 31, 2013, the Company had entered into sales contracts with 45 end customers to deliver 4,804 units of its wind turbines, representing wind power output of approximately 7,588.5MW. Its customers include five largest Chinese state-owned power producers, namely Huaneng, China Datang, Huadian, China Guodian Corporation, or Guodian, and China Power Investment Corporation, or CPIC, or their alternative energy subsidiaries, such as China Longyuan Power Group Corporation Limited, or Longyuan, a subsidiary of Guodian, and Datang Corporation Renewable Power Co., Limited, or Datang Renewable, a subsidiary of China Datang. The Company also sells wind turbines to regional alternative energy investment companies, regional power producers and wind farm operators in the private sector. Its facilities are currently located in Zhongshan, Tianjin, Jilin, Rudong, Dali, Inner Mongolia and Gansu (including Hami area) in China. The Company has two operating segments, which are manufacture and sale of wind turbines in PRC and the manufacture and sale of wind turbines in India. The Company competes with both domestic and international wind turbine manufacturers. Its domestic competitors include Sinovel, Goldwind, Dongfang Electric and United Power. Its key international competitors in China include Vestas from Denmark, Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica S.A. from Spain and GE Energy, the alternative energy arm of GE from the United States.In addition, the wind power industry also faces competition from conventional and non-wind power alternative energy technologies.