Wind turbines operate in Fujin.
Wind turbines spin and generate power on the ridges of hills in Fujin, a frontier town in China's northern Heilongjiang Province on August 3, 2013. Seeking to reign in its increasing emissions of greenhouse gases, China is on an ambitious spending spree in wind power. China boasts the world's largest wind power capacity and predicts the country's wind power boom to outpace nuclear energy by 2020. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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