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Remote Tibetan village gets access to electricity
update:January 04,2018

Jan. 4, 2018 -- A worker tests an electrical circuit. Photo by Bai Feng on Dec.18, 2017 
Jan. 4, 2018 -- Yumai, a remote village with 32 people in southwest Tibet’s Shannan city, has gotten access to sustainable electricity supply from State Grid, ending the village’s predicament of power shortage.
For a long time, the border village had to suffer electricity shortage due to its remote location. In 2008, the local government built a small hydropower station. However, with the increasing demand for electricity, the power supply was far from enough.
To solve the problem, a power grid project was initiated in Aug. 2017. During the nearly five months, workers had to make headway against harsh natural environments, said Bai Feng, chief engineer of the project.

By: Shi Dongdong
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