Last unit of China’s 16 GW-Baihetan hydropower plant installed

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China has nearly completed the 16-gigawatt (GW) Baihetan hydropower facility as the last turbine unit was installed on May 20. Extending along the Jinsha River in southwestern China, the massive project consists of 16 hydropower generating units, each with an installed capacity of 1 million kilowatts.

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