CULTURE Technology changes industrial development model in China's Jiangxi

CULTURE

Technology changes industrial development model in China's Jiangxi

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10:08, May 24, 2018

Aerial photo taken on May 17, 2018 shows the photovoltaic (PV) power station in Fenyi County of Xinyu City, China's Jiangxi Province. Over 2143 abandoned ash dams are used for new industrial development model combined fishing and photovoltaic generation in the last two years. Local government is trying to exploit new poverty-alleviation measures to integrate fishing, forestry and famring with photovoltaic industry to help villagers increase their income and keep ecological balance. (photo: Zhao Chunliang/Guangming Picture)

Aerial photo taken on May 17, 2018 shows the photovoltaic (PV) power station in Fenyi County of Xinyu City, China's Jiangxi Province. Over 2143 abandoned ash dams are used for new industrial development model combined fishing and photovoltaic generation in the last two years. Local government is trying to exploit new poverty-alleviation measures to integrate fishing, forestry and famring with photovoltaic industry to help villagers increase their income and keep ecological balance. (photo: Zhao Chunliang/Guangming Picture)

Aerial photo taken on May 17, 2018 shows the photovoltaic (PV) power station in Fenyi County of Xinyu City, China's Jiangxi Province. Over 2143 abandoned ash dams are used for new industrial development model combined fishing and photovoltaic generation in the last two years. Local government is trying to exploit new poverty-alleviation measures to integrate fishing, forestry and famring with photovoltaic industry to help villagers increase their income and keep ecological balance. (photo: Zhao Chunliang/Guangming Picture)

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