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October 2010 - Beijing, China. Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo visits Guanting Wind Farm. China invests more in renewable energy than any other country in the world, and in 2009 built a new wind turbine once every hour on...
09 August 2010 - Inner Mongolia. Wind turbines in the early morning light at a Datang wind farm in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia. Datang is one of the largest wind power developers in China.
Massive wind farm are also developing offshore, where the wind is usually stronger. Here, a wind farm in Denmark.
A maintenance engineer inspects a wind turbine at Nan'no Wind Farm, Guangdong, China. Massive investment in wind power will help China overcome its reliance on climate destroying fossil fuel power and help solve its energy supply problems.
The sun sets behind wind turbines. The Maranchon Wind Farm is the largest in Europe with 104 generators, and is operated by Iberdrola, the largest wind energy company in the world.
A worker stands between wind turbine rotoors at Gansu Jinfeng Wind Power Equipment Co. Ltd. in Jiuquan, Gansu Province, China. China has set a target for renewable energy consumption of 40 percent of the market by the year 2050.
Activists encouraging the building of more wind farms on "European Wind Day".
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