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Energy Consumption Structure Changing in China
2017/11/25
In recent years, the proportion of non-fossil energy consumption in China has increasingly improved. From 2013 to 2016, the proportion of coal consumption decreased by 5.4% and energy consumption per gross domestic product (GDP) also decreased by 14.6%. Meanwhile, the proportion of natural gas and non-fossil energy consumption increased by 4.2%. The proportion of installed power generation capacity based on renewable energy increased by 4%. Water, wind, and solar power generation and nuclear power plants under construction ranked the first in the world. China’s energy structure has been further optimized.
 
However, there are still many energy development challenges. Clean and efficient utilization of coal still remains to be enhanced. The financial gap of subsidies for wind and solar energy is increasing. The combination of energy projects and technical development is insufficient. Innovative activities are incompatible with industrial requirements.
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