The Largest Offshore Wind Farm

Jul 22 , 2022 | Innovation

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With an 18,000 kilometer coastline, China has a unique opportunity to use its offshore wind farms for social good. Our Host James Chau looks at different facilities that are meeting demand for the huge population, but in a green and sustainable way. Windmills dotted in the water are a familiar sight in areas such as Jiangsu that are powering electricity with nature's blessing. 

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