South China city works out wind turbine-net cage fishing equipment

Yangjiang City in south China's Guangdong Province has worked out the country's homegrown wind turbine-net cage fishing equipment on August 12. This pioneering equipment seamlessly integrates offshore wind power generation with deep-sea aquaculture, boasting an impressive annual electricity generation capacity exceeding 45 million kilowatt-hours. It supports the cultivation of over 150,000 fish, resulting in an annual fish yield of up to 75 tonnes.

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