DPRK Renewable Energy Project
thursday, june 3, 1999

DPRK Wind Energy Stats

Below are facts and figures regarding The Nautilus Institute's project to install wind-power turbines in Unhari Village, a rural village on the west coast of North Korea:

Number of windmill towers installed:7
Energy generated by pilot project:

9 kW peak, or
approx. 40 kWh/day
Households in village: 400
Households powered by pilot project: 20
Other recipients of the project's energy:


1 medical clinic
(lights, hotplate,
  1 kindergarten
(lights, refrigerator)

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