China Green Bulletin: Government Unveils Five-Year Plan for Energy Innovation
Government unveils five-year plan for energy technology innovation
The National Energy Administration (NEA) and the Ministry of Science and Technology jointly released a five-year plan for technological innovation in the energy sector (“十四五”能源领域科技创新规划), setting general goals to be hit by 2025. They include establishing new power systems to accommodate more renewable energy resources, developing nuclear power in a safe way, promoting clean, low-carbon and efficient development and utilization of fossil-fuel energy; and creating a more digitized and smart energy sector.
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