The smog-stricken province that could lead China’s renewables revolution

One of the most polluted places in China is ripe for renewable energy development, and could lead the way in meeting the country’s recent climate commitments, according to new research.

The province of Jiangsu, where Energydesk last month revealed the Chinese state is relocating much of its industrial sector, is able to more than triple its current renewable energy targets at half the cost of expanding its energy infrastructure.

http://energydesk.greenpeace.org/2015/07/15/how-one-polluted-province-can-lead-chinas-renewables-revolution/

Ian Sanderson

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