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China's Renewable Energy Development Targets And Implementation Effect Analysis

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This chapter summarizes China's legal and policy measures on renewable energy, and on the basis of renewable energy development plans issued by the government it describes the government's main development targets: to eliminate energy poverty in rural areas, optimize China's energy structure and establish a renewable energy industry with independent intellectual property rights. It analyzes China's achievements in attaining its planned targets, problems in the implementation process and the practical contributions of renewable energy development to realizing the above-mentioned three development goals. The specific development targets include planting area of firewood, bio-energy-generated methane, small hydropower stations, solar energy utilization, development and utilization of wind energy and wind powered generators, geothermal energy development.

Keywords: China's renewableenergy development; hydropower stations

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