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[26 Jun 2013 | Topics: ]

Mongolia’s first wind farm, located deep in the Mongolian Steppe, 70km from its capital, Ulaanbaatar, was officially opened in June 2013 by the Mongolian Minister of Energy, Mishig Sonompil.
Since wind and solar energy resources are much more abundant in Mongolia than potential  hydropower RwB hopes that quick development of true renewables will help to save Mongolian rivers from destruction.

While most of Mongolian nomadic herders use small wind-generators for domestic need, the large-scale wind energy is yet to be developed in the country.  The multi-million dollar Salkhit wind development, which …