Latest new-energy breakthroughs to demo on 'Roof of World'

14:58, May 11, 2011      

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Yangpachen Geothermal Power Plant has been put into operation. Located 4,300 meters above sea level in the Nyenchen Tanglha Mountains, Yangpachen Town in Lhasa City, Tibet is rich in various clean energy sources, including solar energy, wind energy, biological energy and geothermal terrestrial heat. After six decades of attempts in the field of clean energy, the biggest solar power station in Tibet and a new-type power generation project have been put into construction. Now this small town has gradually become a demonstration area for new energy and a low-carbon life. (Xinhua Photo/ Chen Haining)

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