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Published on January 14th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan

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BBC On China’s Massive Wind Power Push (VIDEO)

January 14th, 2014 by  

Unfortunately, we don’t have the video production budget that BBC has. Fortunately, BBC recently dove into the wind power push in China in order to create a 2-minute video about that. It’s quite good, so have a quick watch:

And share with others! Awareness breeds action.

For more along these lines, also check out:

China Accounted For 35% Of Global Onshore Wind Capacity

Wind Energy Surpasses Nuclear As China’s 3rd Largest Source Of Electrical Power

China Reaches 50 GW Of Connected Grid Wind Capacity; Expected To Top 140 GW By 2015

China Forecast To Hit 150 GW Installed Wind Capacity By 2015

China’s Longyuan Power Launches World’s Highest Wind Farm In Tibet

2013: Record Year For Offshore Wind


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  • Will E

    I get my solar panels systems from China.
    I get my air to water heat pump systems from China.
    And now the wind turbines come from Chine.
    and just discussions comes from Europe and USA.
    Cheerio for China.

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