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September 22, 2003 
- PHOTO TAKEN 12SEP03 - An oil truck passes the turbines of the Dabancheng Wind Power Plant in the central... 
Dabancheng, China 
- PHOTO TAKEN 12SEP03 - An oil truck passes the turbines of the Dabancheng Wind Power Plant in the c..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 12SEP03 - An oil truck passes the turbines of the Dabancheng Wind Power Plant in the central part of China's Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region September 12, 2003. The wind power plant, with 172 turbines and capable of producing 9.05 megawatts, is the biggest in China and Asia. Xinjiang's wind power resources are abundant but wind-generated electricity is still relatively expensive and technical problems need to be solved before wind can contribute more significantly to China's power mix. [For about three decades, Turkic-speaking Muslim Uighurs, who form the dominant ethnic group there, have used political and militant activities to work towards independence from China. Picture taken September 12, 2003.] 
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