TROUBLE IN TIBET – ILLEGAL ACTIONS OF RED CHINA

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TROUBLE IN TIBET – ILLEGAL ACTIONS OF RED CHINA

TROUBLE IN TIBET – ILLEGAL ACTIONS OF RED CHINA. XILUODU HYDROPOWER PROJECT ON JINSHA RIVER.

Red China’s construction of hydropower plants and river damming activity in Tibet is “ILLEGAL” for Occupation of Tibet is illegal.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
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TROUBLE IN TIBET – ILLEGAL ACTIONS OF RED CHINA. XILUODU DAM ACROSS JINSHA RIVER.

China starts construction of Tibet’s biggest hydropower plant on upper reaches of Yangtze River
Power plant expected to provide electricity to developed eastern provinces

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 30 April, 2016, 4:01am

LI JING

 

China has started construction of the first hydropower station on the Jinsha River – part of the upper reaches of the Yangtze River – that will supply electricity to the economically well-off regions in the country’s east, official media reported.

 

 

The Suwalong hydro power project at the junction of Mangkam county in Tibet and Batang county in Sichuan province has a design capacity of 1.2 gigawatts and will be able to generate about 5,400 gigawatt hours of electricity a year when completed in 2021, Xinhua reported.

The design capacity is more than double that of the Zangmu hydropower plant, Tibet’s largest existing hydro project, which was completed in October on the Yarlung Zongbo river.
It is hoped that the 18 billion yuan (HK$21.5 billion) Suwalong dam, could pave the way for other projects in the headwaters of the adjacent Nu (Salween) and Lancang (Mekong) rivers to “fuel development” of hydro power in Tibet, the official website Tibet.cn reported.

China’s second largest dam the Xiluodu dam, under construction along the Jinsha River in Yongshan County, Yunnan near the border Sichuan.

The Suwalong project will also boost local social and economic development in Tibet, according to the website.
Construction of the 112-metre-high dam is expected to start next year.

Developed by China Huadian Corp, the Suwalong dam is being built at a time when the weak grid infrastructure and falling demand for electricity has left many hydropower stations lying idle in the mountainous southwest region.

More that 20,000 GWh of hydro electricity were not used in Sichuan and Yunnan provinces, which neighbour Tibet, in 2014. Energy experts estimated that enough water to generate 40,000 GWh was simply allowed to run through turbines in the region last year.

Copyright © 2016 South China Morning Post Publishers Ltd. All rights reserved.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Jin anqiao Hydropower Station on Jinsha River.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Temporary Bridge across Jinsha River Hydropower Station Project.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Mini hydropower plant on the banks of Jinsha River, Sichuan/Yunnan border.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Xiluodu Hydropower Project on Jinsha River, Diversion Tunnels.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Third largest Hydropower Plant across Jinsha River, Tibet.
Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Jinsha River Crossing, Main Bridge in front of Xiluodu Hydropower Project.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. 13.86GW Xiluodu Hydropower Plant on Jinsha Jiang River, Tibet.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Xiluodu Hydropower Project, Jinsha River, Tibet. View of Dam Wall.

 

TROUBLE IN TIBET – ILLEGAL ACTIONS OF RED CHINA. XILUODU DAM PROJECT ON JINSHA RIVER, TIBET.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Xiangjiaba Hydropower Station.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Xiluodu Hydropower Project, Jinsha River, Tibet.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Xiluodu Hydropower Project, Jinsha River, Tibet.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Wudongde Hydropower Project.
Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. River damming and hydropower projects in Tibet. Dam on Jinsha River.
TROUBLE IN TIBET – ILLEGAL ACTIONS OF RED CHINA. CONSTRUCTION OF XILUODU DAM ACROSS JINSHA RIVER, TIBET.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Xiluodu Dam Across Jinsha River, Tibet.
TROUBLE IN TIBET – ILLEGAL ACTIONS OF RED CHINA. XILUODU HYDROPOWER PROJECT, JINSHA RIVER, TIBET.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Illegal Actions of Red China. Xiluodu Hydropower Project across Jinsha River, Tibet.

 

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