China starts 12 million kilowatts new energy projects in Gansu

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Thirty-nine new energy infrastructure projects were put into construction on October 15, 2021, in many cities of Gansu Province, including Wuwei, Jiuquan, Jiayuguan, Jinchang and Zhangye.

The total investment reached $10.8 billion.

These infrastructure projects involve solar, wind, solar-thermal and energy storage. The total energy installed capacity will reach 12.85 million kilowatts.

Based on the vast desert, these renewable energy projects could achieve both environmental and economic benefits.

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