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Bayannur Wulanyiligeng Wind Farm, Inner Mongolia

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The Bayannur Wulanyiligeng Wind Farm in Inner Mongolia, China, consists of at least 200 wind turbines
 

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March 6 · Issue #542 · View online
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The Bayannur Wulanyiligeng Wind Farm in Inner Mongolia, China, consists of at least 200 wind turbines and can generate nearly 850,000 megawatt hours (850 billion watt hours) of power per year at full operation. Power from the wind farm is sold to the North China Power Grid to substitute for power generated by thermal power plants, thus reducing carbon emissions. The wind farm has the capacity to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more than 760,000 tonnes annually.
41°57’50”N, 108°18’30”E

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