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China builds world’s biggest solar farm in journey to become green superpower

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Longyangxia Dam Solar Park – the 850MW plant has the capacity to power up to 200,000 households. Photograph: Tom Phillips for the Guardian

Vast plant in Qinghai province is part of China’s determination to transform itself from climate change villain to a green energy colossus

January 19, 2017 — High on the Tibetan plateau, a giant poster of the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, guards the entrance to one of the greatest monuments to Beijing’s quest to become a clean energy colossus. Continue reading China builds world’s biggest solar farm in journey to become green superpower

Southeast Asia’s biggest solar farm opens in Negros Occidental

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RENEWABLE ENERGY. The P10-billion solar farm, located in Hacienda Paz, Barangay Tinampaan, Cadiz City, is developed through a partnership between Gregorio Araneta Incorporated (GAI) and Soleq Holdings Incorporated on the solar generation facility of Helios Solar Energy Corporation. Photo courtesy of the Negros Occidental provincial government
The solar farm in Cadiz City promises a production capacity of 280-MW, and is expected to generate annual revenues of P45 million for the local government

NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, Philippines (Mar. 3, 2016) — The 132.5-megawatt solar farm in Cadiz City opened Thursday, March 3.

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