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China to reduce coal dependence
Posted: 20 July 2010

China's coal consumption is likely to drop to 63 percent of total energy consumption by 2015, down from 70 percent last year, said an official with the National Energy Administration. Non-fossil fuels will provide 11 percent of China's energy needs in 2015 and 15 percent in 2020, said Jiang Bing, head of the development and planning department of the NEA.
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/business/2010-07/20/c_13406583.htm

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Europe appears to be left on the fringe of a new green revolution
Dateline: 10 January 2009
Less than a year after China’s bold move to marginalize fossil fuels, India and the USA have released similar strategies, within hours of each other. This seems to leave Europe on the fringe of the new clean air revolution, after having championed a green future for decades. Dr. Chetan Maini, India’s minister of energy and transportation, launched Project Green/Blue in Mumbai last night with ...
 
 
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