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The first wind turbine at a wind power base in Ulaanqab, the North China's Autonomous" target="_BLANK">" target="_BLANK">Mongolia Autonomous Region, began generating energy on Thursday, marking success in the first Phase of this project.

The wind power base has a total capacity of 6 gigawatts with the first full phase, and is considered as the world's largest wind energy unit, according to a statement from the company.

Construction in the wind energy farm in Ulaanqab began in September 2019 by State Power Investment Corporation. A total number of 1,429 wind turbines will be built on this base, and it is expected to provide 18,000 gigawas of renewable electricity to the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region annually after the entire project is completed, which could help reduce 15.3 million of Tons of carbon dioxide emissions, the declaration was said.

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