8 April 2003 ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia–The vast steppe of Mongolia, the stomping ground of Genghis Khan and his hordes, may soon be transformed into a solar-powered generating field. The government in Ulaanbaatar has a grand project in the works to install solar panels in 100,000 households living in yurts there [yurts are circular domed portable tents […]

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