Mongolia's first: the Salkhit Wind Farm

Wallack, Robert L.
September 2014
American Journal of Transportation;9/8/2014, Issue 587, p2
The article focuses on the renewable energy wind farm project in the Salkhit Mountains of Mongolia which produce and transmit clean energy from the wind. It states that the 1.6 megawatt turbines of the wind farm project is powered by General Electric Co. to provide energy to 100,000 consumer households with the Clean Energy Inc., the provider of an independent power resources. It highlights four cargo service providers for the project including Tuushin, TransGroup USA and Landbridge.


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