Latest Three Gorges Dam Stories
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Growing demand for green energy and capacity addition, especially in China, expected to drive hydropower demand over the next six years.
Communities in central and northern China are facing power cuts and rationing as winter coal supplies start to drop due to a surging demand.
The China Daily said that workers in central China have fished about 4,100 tons of rubbish out of the Three Gorges Dam reservoir in just six days as the trash threatened to jam up the massive structure.
The Yangtze River in China is 40 million years older than was previously thought, according to new research.
Chinaâ€™s controversial Three Gorges dam project has displaced 1.27 million people, as the government continues with its development, according to a state media report.
Faced with time constraints and a recent claim of public fund irresponsibility, Chinaâ€™s massive Xiluodu dam could become a riskier, more expensive project to complete, according to the National Audit Office.
According to a senior Chinese official, China is planning to build a wind farm in its northwest region that will generate as much energy as Three Gorges Dam by 2020.
China will construct 20 additional reservoirs in the Yangtze River system by 2020, the government announced Tuesday, regardless of mounting concerns about dam construction in the area.
State media said on Thursday that dozens of landslides in recent months due to rising water levels in China's giant Three Gorges Dam have damaged houses, land and infrastructure worth millions of dollars.
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