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The wind industry’s recycling problem

The assembly and dismantling of wind turbines are very expensive in China, which makes recycling more difficult.

China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) calls on wind turbine developers to replace old turbines with new ones after 15 years. For this purpose, a subsidy program has even been extended. By 2025, more than 30 gigawatts of old turbines must be dismantled. And by 2040, the figure will be as high as 263 gigawatts.

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