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Nov 26, 2021 03:43 AM
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China Climate Action Will Proceed Despite Energy Crisis, Top Adviser Says

To meet China’s carbon neutrality plan, including an energy target that will push nonfossil fuel use to 80% of the country’s energy mix by 2060, China needs to double wind and solar output by 2025
To meet China’s carbon neutrality plan, including an energy target that will push nonfossil fuel use to 80% of the country’s energy mix by 2060, China needs to double wind and solar output by 2025

(Bloomberg) — China’s energy crisis won’t derail plans to make progress on curbing greenhouse gas emissions in the next few years, according to a top researcher involved in drafting proposals.

The 2025 energy blueprint due out next month will be centered on prioritizing the use of more renewables and improving energy efficiency, according to Xu Xiaodong, senior adviser of the China Electricity Power Planning and Engineering Institute, a government think tank.

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