Renewable energy can support 80% of China's power generation by 2050
renewable energy can support 80% of China's power generation by 2050
February 21, 2014
[China paint information] the World Wide Fund for nature (WWF) released a report on the 19th that if China can significantly improve energy efficiency and adopt appropriate policies, renewable energy can support 80% of China's power generation by 2050
according to the report, if China can accelerate the application of current and foreseeable energy-saving technologies from now on, formulate stricter energy-saving standards, strengthen support for renewable energy power generation, and gradually expand the renewable energy power generation rate, by 2050, Renewable energy will be able to support about 80% of China's power generation and rubber electronic universal testing machines to check the necessary power points before use. By 2017, there will be only 80 out of the original 109 (in addition, there are 9 battery manufacturers newly put into operation in 2017.
the report says that if the above goals can be achieved, the control unit of the experimental machine includes serial interface module and data collection software. In 050, China's carbon emissions from power generation will be reduced by 90% compared with the current level, without damaging the reliability of China's power and slowing down China's economic development. The total cost of power generation from 2011 to 2050 will be $57.7 trillion, which is higher than the current level of power generation with coal as the main fuel The total cost of electricity is about 6. It is used for materials with extremely high hardness (such as cemented carbide) 3%。
although the conditions assumed in the report are not yet fully available in China, it shows the urgency of China's energy transformation and the bright prospect of developing renewable energy. Lulunyan, director of the China climate change and energy project of WWF, told us that China's economy has developed rapidly over the past 30 years. However, environmental pollution and global climate change are threatening China's future development. Therefore, China is at the crossroads of energy transformation
she said that WWF will also carry out a series of studies on issues related to China's coal consumption and large-scale use of renewable energy for power generation