China raises stakes on renewable energy

Publish date: March 9, 2006

China tries to eliminate its energy crisis and stakes on renewable sources of energy.

During the nearest decades the country intends to built and install numerous windmills to supply its cities and villages, ITAR TASS reported. Nowadays the total capacity of all the windmills stands for one million kW.

China has a possibility to increase this capacity up to one billion kW. According to the plans of the Chinese State Committee on Development and Reforms, capacity of all the windmills in the country in three years will stand for 3.3 million kW, 4 million kW by 2010 and 30 million kW by 2020.

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