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In an effort to make solar energy a viable alternative to coal, the government has been cracking down on the industry.

It is targeting several sectors including large solar companies with a new $1.5 billion solar mine, the Hanwha Solar Energy Project, which is expected to have a commercial output capacity of 1,000 megawatts (MW).

Hanwhas solar project is located in the northwestern part of the state of Hainan, which sits on the island of Haidian, about 500 kilometers (310 miles) north of Shanghai.

The project has received the green light to begin operations from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, which has awarded a $1 billion contract for Hanwhams first commercial operation.

The state of Xinjiang is a stronghold of the Muslim Uighur ethnic group and is home to a large Uighura population that is mostly Muslim.

In May, the Uighurs took over the provincial capital of Urumqi, which was the seat of Uighuras power before the U.S. and China officially severed ties with it in 1979.

In 2017, the state government declared that Xinjiang had become a part of Xinhai province and launched a military operation against the Uygur Uighure, the ethnic Uighures ethnic group.

Xinhai, which consists of more than 10,000 square kilometers (2,000 acres), has become a hub for trade in the region and is one of the major centers of the Hanjiang province, which comprises the majority of Uygurs Xinhai region.

The government in Xinhai also banned the export of U.K.-made solar panels, and a number of Uyghur groups and groups that have ties to the Uygha Uyger ethnic group have been targeted.

“It is clear that this [mine] will have a very strong impact on the development of Uxghur solar energy and will also have a big impact on China’s efforts to develop the sector,” said a Hanwhamshan University professor, Xu Jianzhong, who is also an associate director of the National Energy Center.

Xinjiang also has a significant presence in the coal mining industry, and the Hanham project is expected have a significant impact on coal prices.

According to a report by the World Resources Institute, the coal industry in Xinjiang currently accounts for around 10 percent of the country’s total economic output, which means the Uyezgar mine would bring the state’s coal production to a record high.

Hanhams first commercial installation will be a solar farm that produces about 40,000 MW of power.

The solar farm is expected by 2020 to have an estimated capacity of 600 MW, according to the Hanghans project.

Xinhua said that the mine’s first commercial installations are expected to be on Hanham’s western edge.

The Hanham Solar Project will produce electricity from solar panels that are located on the side of the mine, and it will be located next to the entrance of the main mine entrance.

The site has been constructed in cooperation with the Xinhai Energy Development Corporation, a state-owned company.

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