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China completes world’s second-largest hydropower plant

The China Three Gorges Corp.’s Baihetan facility is in full operation. At 16 GW, it is the second-biggest hydropower plant in the world. The largest hydropower cascade on the planet is located on the Yangtze river in China. State-owned China Three Gorges Corp., which operates the 22.5 GW Three Gorges hydroelectric station, the biggest power […]

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Green Hydrogen’s breakout year, China thinks bigger, and wind turbines blaze and fall

AGENDA | Our curation of the must-read news and analysis from the-week-that-was in the global renewable energy industry Recharge began 2023 with an in-depth look at why it’s lift-off time for green hydrogen, the key energy transition fuel that will need vast amounts of renewable power to produce – and the first days of the new year […]

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World’s Renewables Are Set to Grow Enough in 5 Years to Power China

Renewable power is expected to grow in the next five years as it has in the past two decades. This is driven by soaring energy prices and the climate crisis, which is making governments stop using fossil fuels.According to CNN Business, the International Energy Agency predicts an acceleration in installations of renewable power sources. New reports […]

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Green Skyscrapers Coming To China

Architecture firm MVRDV has published plans of twin skyscrapers planned for Nanjing, China, that take green planning and construction in quite literal terms.

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