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US News Climate: China wants to limit the use of fossil energies within 2060

22:50  24 october  2021
22:50  24 october  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The objective is that non-fossil energies account for around 25% of total energy consumption by 2030

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China wants to limit to less than 20% by 2060 the use of fossil energies According to a plan setting out a series of objectives to achieve the carbon neutral , published Sunday by the official China New Agency. This document is part of the desire expressed by President XI Jinping to start reducing polluting emissions by 2030 to reach 30 years of carbon neutrality later.

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Non-fossil energies around 25% of total energy consumption by 2030 are part of the objectives published Sunday by China New, one week before the opening of the International Climate Conference (COP26) in Scotland.

gradually reduce coal consumption, a

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by 2030, the CO2 emissions produced per GDP unit will have dropped by more than 65% compared to the 2005 levels, with a capacity of wind and solar facilities greater than 1.2 billion kilowatts, adds the news agency.

In April, President Xi Jinping said that the country would strictly control its projects of coal power plants and would gradually reduce its coal consumption, a particularly polluting energy source that ensures 60% of its electrical production. In front of the UN General Assembly, in September, Chinese President also committed to ceasing to build coal plants abroad.

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153 mines had been allowed since the last month

but in parallel, faced with massive highlights of electricity that penalize the recovery, because of a soaring coal prices whose country is very dependent to feed its plants, China is increasing by 6% its charcoal production.

At the beginning of the week, the National Commission on Development and Reforms (NDRC) indicated that 153 mines had been allowed since last month to increase their production capacity of 220 million tonnes per year.

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