State Grid's Pavilion

Updated: 2009-07-01 09:42
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China's State Grid, the country's main power supplier,May 25,2009 began construction of the surface-level part of its pavilion.

State Grid's Pavilion
Scene of the ceremony which marks the start of construction of the pavilions's surface-level part[]

An underground substation under the building has been finished and will function as the electricity supplier for all pavilions on the Expo site.

The power supplier will provide a showcase of "light and electricity." The grid's pavilion will be a metallic square with a crystal cube embedded inside. It will include displays showing how the substation works.

State Grid's Pavilion
An artist's rendition of the pavilion[]

The pavilion's theme will be based on the "relationship between electricity and daily life." It was designed by Zhao Xiaojun, the senior designer for the National Aquatics Center for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

The pavilion covers 4,000 square meters in the Puxi section of the Expo site.

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