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SHANGHAI GOING GREEN WITH WIND POWER
Posted By Tylene Levesque On March 13, 2007 @ 10:28 pm In Renewable Energy,Urban design | 7 Comments
Shanghai (pop. 20 million+), like many of China’s other cities is choking under a blanket of filthy air. But now, a local landfill is undergoing a $103 million dollar renovation in an attempt to clean up the perpetual haze clouding Shanghai’s remarkable sky-line. The newly-founded Shanghai Huagang Wind Power Generation Co . is transforming the landfill into a state-of-the-art high capacity power plant.
Via the Sietch 
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 Shanghai Huagang Wind Power Generation Co: http://www.windpowershanghai.com/en/organizer2.asp
 According to Li Xin,: http://english.gov.cn/2007-02/08/content_521580.htm
 Via the Sietch: http://www.blog.thesietch.org/2007/02/07/china-turns-landfill-into-wind-farm/
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