The construction of an ultra-high-voltage (UHV) power transmission line in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region has entered an essential stage and is expected to be operational by October. Linking Ili prefecture in western Xinjiang and the city of Kuqa in the south, the power line has a budget of 2 billion yuan (300 million US dollars) and consists of more than 700 power towers at altitudes ranging from 800 meters to 3,750 meters. And workers don’t hesitate to work in high-rise towers, often performing daredevil-like stunts. Take a look.
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