A trip to China’s largest open cut coal mine

A trip to china's largest open cut coal mine

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Can #China rise to the task of reducing its #coal reliance while meeting a never-ending demand for more power? In the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China’s largest open-pit coal mine is seeing changes to adapt for the future. It’s as big as 7,000 soccer fields and operates 24-7, producing 100,000 tons of coal every day. That meets the annual electricity demands of some half a million households.

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