China’s vow to cut carbon emissions clashes with plans to expand coal power plants, report says

//China’s vow to cut carbon emissions clashes with plans to expand coal power plants, report says

China’s vow to cut carbon emissions clashes with plans to expand coal power plants, report says

China’s pledge to become carbon neutral by 2060 implies that plans to expand the nation’s coal power cannot proceed, two environmental research groups contended on Friday.A report by the Draworld Environment Research Centre of Beijing and the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air in Finland notes that the power industry’s plan to expand China’s coal-power capacity to 1,300 gigawatts (GW) or more by 2030 contradicts the nation’s 2060 carbon-neutral target, which President Xi Jinping…

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