The full wind turbine in Ulaanqab at the wind power base in the North China Indoor Mongolia Autonomous Region is observed against the rigid landscape. [Photo provided to Chinadaily.com.cn]

The first wind turbine at a wind power base in Ulaanqab, the North China's Autonomous 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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