India is categorically against! My country already has Three Gorges reservoir, why develop Brahmaputra?
The Chinese project of Three Gorges Dam has attracted attention of many countries around world. They not only admire role of Three Gorges project, but also learn from experience of my country's construction and want to apply such a good project to their countries to benefit people.
Due to population growth and continuous development of cities, capacity of Three Gorges Dam can no longer meet daily needs of people. Therefore, after various studies and discussions, my country has decided to build a new hydroelectric plant on Brahmaputra river.
After release of news, countries around world once again admired talents of Chinese and couldn't help but look forward to what surprises this project would bring to everyone. However, one country protested that China's behavior was selfish and disrespectful to people of downstream Yarlung Zangbo River.
So which country "fights against all opinions"? That country with a lot of resistance is India.
What are benefits of building a hydroelectric power plant on Yarlung Zangbo River? Will its construction have a great negative impact on Indian people? In end, I will decipher for everyone those things about Yarlung Zangbo River.
The Yarlung Zangbo River originates in Himalayas in Tibet, my country, and there are clearly flood seasons as seasons change. When summer comes, glaciers of plateau melt, and initially soft water gradually collects under great terrain, forming a force of thousands of horses. It's so spectacular from afar!
However, after she left our country, she became Brahmaputra River, which flows gently through Indian Peninsula, bringing abundant water and fertile river soil to residents on both sides of river. directly contributed to development of local agriculture.
As soon as they heard that our country was going to build a hydroelectric power plant upstream, Indians immediately felt that we were going to store all water sources in our country and cut off their irrigation water sources. Thinking about Indians here, they suddenly felt that they were facing a great enemy, and they all accused us of immorality.
However, our country has taken this issue into account when developing project plan and can even confirm with everyone that volume of water downstream of Yarlung Zangbo river hydropower plant will be much larger than before.
Actually, hydroelectric power plants perform many functions, not limited to production of hydroelectric power, but can also be used as large reservoirs for storing water. India and Bangladesh are in tropical monsoon climate zone. With onset of summer, they will face effects of massive melting of glaciers upstream and floods caused by incessant rains.
But as soon as winter sets in, they are controlled by subtropical high pressure belt, and it can be said that rainfall is hard to come by. The upper course even freezes due to low temperatures and cannot provide enough water to meet daily needs. local population.
Once completed, Yarlung Zangbo hydroelectric power plant can close its water storage gate during rainy season and open its water release gate during dry season so that India can get enough water throughout year. round What's good?
Will Indian resistance affect my country's Brahmaputra hydroelectric project?
Of course not. My country is building hydroelectric power plants to better serve people. Due to continuous acceleration of industrialization process in my country, my country's need for electricity is increasing significantly every year. However, largest share of consumption in my country is for heat generation. This is a big problem for a country with such a large base as mine. countries in event of an increase in world prices for coal resources. Very unfriendly.
The Yarlung Zangbo River has such a large relief difference that potential energy brought by water is great. It is very unreasonable to give up such environmentally friendly natural resources.
Moreover, Yarlung Zangbo River is located in our country, and our country has right to develop it wisely. If India is really going to interfere with normal course of project, then it provokes territorial integrity of our country and interference in affairs of other countries without permission.
Another reason why Indians are protesting construction of hydroelectric power plants in my country is that this project in my country will destroy natural ecological structure, which is not in line with global concept of environmental protection. However, Indians may ask themselves, are you protecting your native river?
It is known that Hindus turned their mother river into a stinking ditch. Standing on banks of Ganges and watching, you can hardly see how river flows, and you see only garbage surrounded by mosquitoes. Finally moving rubbish away, I saw a river below. The black color exuded a stench, and people were forced to hide their faces and run.
Hydroelectric power provides greatest reduction in carbon dioxide emissions. The implementation of this project is carried out in full compliance with requirements of international conventions on environmental protection. At same time, our country has already accumulated excellent experience in construction and repaired it. Naturally, large hydroelectric power plants can bring large profits both within country and abroad.
The operation of Indians is indeed somewhat reminiscent of "the heart of a scoundrel measures belly of a gentleman." What's even more amazing is that India doesn't have a decent big dam. It's hard not to be surprised if they didn't build it themselves and let others build it. What do you think about this project after hearing about this project?