Mongolia’s first wind farm
The following is the first part of a text Marshaling the Winds of Mongolia by Dylan Walsh, published on 22 Feb 2012 in: The New York Times, Green, a blog about energy and the environment
“Mongolia’s first wind installation is a $120 million project that will provide 5 percent of the country’s electricity demand. Transmission lines were installed last year, while turbine construction waited out the fierce Mongolian winter. It is scheduled to begin in March.” Read more here.
A PDF “Environmental and social impact assessment of the Salkhit Uul wind park, 30 November 2008” can be downloaded here.