New Energy Industry Set to Become New Economic Growth Engine

August 2009
China Chemical Reporter;8/16/2009, Vol. 20 Issue 23, p12
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the report published by the State Information Center regarding the development in the energy industry in China. It explores the Chinese government's focus on the renewable energy sources, in order to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels, especially the imports of crude oil. It highlights the government's energy rejuvenation plan which include the development of wind power, nuclear energy and solar energy sources.


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