What China is actually building for the future of clean energy

China’s plan to develop the world’s largest and most expensive power plant by 2050 is just getting started, but the country is already planning to build it with solar, wind, and other sources of clean power.

The government is building the Pudong Dam, a 1.7-mile-long, 7-kilometer-long steel and concrete dam in the middle of the country’s Gansu province, and is building other dams, including one in the western province of Zhejiang.

The new power plant will be the biggest of its kind in the world.

But the new dam is also one of the largest, and the new power plants are designed to provide more power than any other in the country, even if it means using a little less power.

Pudongs power plant The dam is one of several planned for the next 10 years, which is the National Energy Administration’s target for China’s energy mix.

The Pudang Dam is one such project.

The dam was built in the late 1980s to provide a massive floodplain, or a reservoir, for the northern province of Gansub.

Its completion is not due until 2021.

Its primary purpose was to protect Gansudan, which was in a floodplain for decades because of decades of heavy snow and ice.

But a 2010 disaster at the dam caused massive damage.

The floodplain was also covered with heavy snow, which prevented the reservoir from being used as a flood control dam, a feature that is crucial for keeping floodwaters from flowing into the river.

That caused the dam to overflow, flooding the surrounding farmland and forcing farmers to sell their crops.

China has since rebuilt the dam and installed a large network of floodplains and flood control dams, with the aim of creating a more resilient power grid.

The massive dam will be able to withstand up to 4.5 feet of rain, which will make it a natural dam for future flooding in the Gansun River, which feeds into the dam.

The water will then flow down the Gensu River, creating a reservoir for the region’s future energy needs.

The total area of the Pudsong Dam is about 7.4 square miles, which could produce 1.2 million megawatts of electricity in the long run.

That’s equivalent to the electricity produced by 1.5 million homes, according to the project’s website.

PUDONG DAM IS BIG AND STILL UNDER CONTRACT BY THE YEAR 2020 The Pudsang Dam, with its waterfalls, will be built to meet China’s electricity needs by 2023.

In the future, the dam could be extended to cover more of China’s arid, mountainous, and mountainous regions, as well as the countrys vast cities.

The project has been in the works for more than 10 years and has been awarded two state-of-the-art Chinese awards for environmental protection, the National Development and Reform Commission said in a press release.

The state-owned Chinese Academy of Engineering has said that the project is a “major technological achievement” that will help boost the country “in the long term.”

The dam will also provide energy for China to build more dams across the country.

The construction of the dam will likely help China to become more energy independent.

China currently has about 20 dams, but it is not clear if it will be building new ones or building new power stations, like the Pudaoshan dam.

It could also be built as a renewable energy source.

The Chinese government has made no announcement about its plans to build a power plant for the dam yet.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has criticized China for its construction of more dams, noting that the construction of dams contributes to the country´s dependence on coal.

But some scientists say that dams can be built at a low cost, and are also beneficial for the environment.