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Monday
Nov242014

China to Need 1,000 Nuclear Reactors as Part of Climate Pledge?

China could need about 1,000 nuclear reactors, 500,000 wind turbines or 50,000 solar farms as it gears up to fight climate change, Bloomberg reported last week.

“China is in the midst of a period of transition, and that calls for a revolution in energyproduction and consumption, which will to a large extent depend on new energy,” said Liang Zhipeng, deputy director of the National Energy Administration’s new energy and renewable energy department, at a conference earlier this month.


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