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Beijing Winter Olympics: For the first time in Olympic history All stadiums will get energy from solar, wind and biomass, for the first time in winter games

               
Olympic Organizing Committee for Zero Carbon Emissions Initiatives of Green Energy
Renewable energy will also be used in the Tokyo Olympic-2020

Beijing The Winter Olympics and Paralympics to be held in 2022 in Beijing, China's capital, will be fully operating with the help of Green Energy. This is the first time when any Olympic is being fully based on green energy. In a meeting between the Beijing Organizing Committee and the State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC), which organizes the Olympic Games, it stamped on the fact that the energy resources used in the Olympics have minimal losses to the environment.
Under this, only the use of green energy will be used to operate all the energy equipment. Green Energy is the best and beneficial form of renewable energy. It means – a means of energy that does not harm the environment.

Green Energy can be found in five ways
There are five ways to obtain green energy – Solar, Wind, Biomass, Geothermal and Hydropower. Zhang Xiangdong, executive vice-president of Beijing city's vice-mayor and Olympic Organizing Committee, said, "The process of buying green energy has also been started to use in the Olympics."

West things were also used in the London Olympics by recycling
Earlier, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics was also decided to be made with the help of renewable energy. Under this, the plans for the recycling of the items used in the Olympics will be made by the West. Similarly, the London Olympics 2012 was also used to recycle the West items in the games. Then 62% of the things were made through recycling. This time this target has been kept at 65%.
                
                
            

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