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China Announces 5 Year Energy Plan

for some of U who have ridden with me, this is exactly WHY U own APWR for the long term future………..this is CHINA and CHINA is going much much greener

Beijing. According to the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-15), an energy development plan recently drafted by the Chinese government, China will accelerate the construction of hydropower and nuclear facilities and actively expand the utilization of renewable energies–such as wind power, solar energy and biomass energy–during the next five years, said Jinag Bin, the Director of the Development and Planning Department of the National Energy Administration, at an energy research forum held in Beijing on October 30.

According to the plan, the proportion of natural gas in the energy mix will improve by 4.4%, and the proportion of hydropower and nuclear power will improve by 1.5%, and the proportion of wind power, solar energy and biomass energy will improve by 1.8%.

Based on this achievement, the proportion of non-fossil energy in the energy mix will be more than 11%, and the proportion of coal in primary consumption will be reduced from 70% in 2009 to about 63% in 2010.

Regarding the energy strategy, China will control the overall coal consumption in the east region during the 12th Five-Year Plan, according to Jiang. Coal-fired power will be strictly controlled in the area surrounding the Bohai Sea; the Changjiang River Delta; the Pearl River Delta; and part of the northeast region. Power plants constructed in the east region will be mainly nuclear power and gas-fired power.

The overall primary energy consumption in China will be in a range of 4 billion to 4.2 billion metric tons of standard coal in 2015. According to the statistics, the overall primary energy consumption in China reached 3.07 billion metric tons of standard coal, which was 30% higher than the volume in 2005.

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