Energy Transition

How China is stopping renewable energy being wasted

An employee walks between rows of solar panels at a solar power plant on the outskirts of Dunhuang, Gansu province June 10, 2011. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCI TECH) - GM1E76A10N901

China is aiming to raise its renewable and non-fossil fuel power consumption to 15 percent of total energy mix by 2020. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

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