Winds of Change: Cleaning Up Coal-Choked Mongolia

June 21 (Bloomberg) -- Mongolia is scheduled to start operations at its first wind farm this month, a $122 million project that's the biggest power plant in 30 years and part of a government effort to cap pollution cloaking the capital city. Todd Baer has more. (Source: Bloomberg)

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