Construction Begins on World’s Largest Renewable Energy Project in Inner Mongolia

Construction has begun on the world's largest desert renewable energy project in Inner Mongolia, China. The project, being developed by China Three Gorges Corporation and Inner Mongolia Energy Group, has an estimated cost of $11bn. The project will include wind, solar, and energy storage and is expected to become the largest renewable energy project of its kind currently underway globally. The current construction phase includes 1GW of solar capacity equipped with energy storage.


The Razor Dune Buggy: A Fun and Exciting Off-Road Adventure

The Razor Dune Buggy is a perfect off-road vehicle for children who love adventure and excitement. It's powered by a 350-watt motor and can reach speeds of up to 10 miles per hour. The buggy features eight-inch knobby pneumatic tires and terrain-following rear suspension, which come together to provide a smooth and comfortable ride.


Sandboarding: the Sport of Surfing Down Sand Dunes

Also known as sand surfing or sand sledding, sandboarding is an exciting and thrilling extreme sport that involves gliding down sand dunes on a specially designed board or sled. Sand surfing is a popular activity in desert and coastal destinations around the world, and attracts both thrill-seekers and casual enthusiasts…


Sandboarding in Senegal

It is possible to practice sandboarding in the Lompoul Desert, located in the region of Foundiougne in Senegal, on many of its several large dunes that are free of vegetation and well-suited for the activity. The Lompoul is a rather small desert is known for its stunning natural beauty and…


Winter Storm Brings Unexpected Rain in Arizona Desert

More showers are expected in Arizona desert cities due to winter storm, meteorologists warn. Earlier this week, Phoenix residents experienced heavy rain that changed to intermittent light showers by the middle of the day. According to the National Weather Service, Arizona can expect scattered rain and snow across the state…


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