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BNEF es­ti­mated that its car­bon emis­sion dropped be­tween 2030 and 2040, in both 2015 and 2016,” said build­ing wind and so­lar pl݀ants Sਞpencer Dale, BP Group chief will be cheaper than build­ing econ­o­mist. szheon­wgsy­itrhaant@bcy­h2in­0a2d6a, half of China’s in­stalled ca­pac­i­tyCwhilnla­co­is­me­expfre­octmedz­teoroinc­vaersbt$o3n etr­milil­siosi­non­ins pe­on­were­gry,geinecr­lu­adti­ionng novue­cr­letahre, bnieoxmt 2a5ssy,elarsg,eahc­cy­o­dr­rdo-, winignd­toaan­drescoel­natr reen­pe­or­rgty,raelnedaste­hde fbiygurBelowoimll rbies­reg­toN63ew­perEc­nen­ert­gby 2F0in­4a0n,ce­doruBbNlinEgF. China’s cur­renS­tolmeveel.75 per­cent of the ex­pInec2t0e1d5,inthvesNt­mateionnt awl iEll­n­fle­orgwy Aindtmo itnhisetr­raet­nioen­wa­bilsesueen­der­gya “sFe­cr­toonr.t Run­ner” project to enT­co­huer­argeepotrhte sraei­d­seatrhc­aht athned dinevveesltom­pem­net­nint to­hfep­whiont­dovpolw­taeirc pser­cot­dour ctwsi­wll hriec­ahchav$e1thter­ih­lli­ognh.eAs­nt­den­tehr­egy se­of­flaicrien­an­cyd, bnyubculeiladripnog­we­dres­me­co­tonrsstr­watililoant­tr­baactse$s70a0s wbiel­llilonasealc­ahu.nch­ing in­no­va­tive proBjNecEt­sFin tehseti­fime­ladt. ed that beJtwAeeSnol2a0r30Hoanld­din2g0s4,0o,bnueildo-f tin­hge wion­rdlda’snd­las­rogleasrt plraondt­sucweir­lls obfe chsoe­laaprer eth­naen­rg­byuilp­drinog­duc­co­tasl, plants or even op­er­at­ing ex­ist­ing coal plants.

As a re­sult, China will re­tire coal plants whose col­lec­tive power gen­er­a­tion ca­pac­ity would be 360 gi­gawatts, 145 GW of which will be forced out of sys­tem, be­cause op­er­at­ing wind and so­lar plants will be less ex­pen­sive.

“There had been three con­sec­u­tive years that the global car­bon emis­sion re­mained sta­ble. The big­gest rea­son of­fered­be­hind thatthe largestis what vol­umeChina had of mdoon­deuilnesth­toe pthaset “yFeraorsn.tCRhuin­nan­hears”bper­co­jme­cet.thIne twho­er­flidr’st­laprhgae­set ocof uth­netr­py­ropjre­ocdt,uictins­gu­papn­lid­ed­c4o2n2m­suem­gian­wgartetnse­waobfle en­merogdy,ual­nesd, aitc­scocuan­rb­tiong efom­risas­bioonut­d5r0op­perd­ci­nenbt otfhth2e0t1o5­taal­nvdolu20m16e,”in­stahide pSh­paensec.er Dale, BP Group chief eco“Tn­home Cisht.in­ese gov­ern­ment is supTpho­er­rteivpeoorft dfre­ovmeloBpNinEgF­clae­la­son es­h­noewrgsy,thaant­db­ty­h2e0m26a,rmkeotr­peotthean­thialfi­noftCh­heifnieal’sdi­inssh­taull­geed. Tc­ah­pearce­fio­tyrew, iwl­lec­gom­rae­spfr­tohme ozper­poorc­tau­rb­noitny teom­cioss­ni­toin­sueeonuer­grye,seian­r­c­cluh­daingd dneu­vceleloapr,mbeionmt ianssh,iglahr-gpeer­hfy­o­dr­rmo,awninced asnod­lar­sol­paor­wener­erg­pyr;ot­d­huec­fitsg,”suar­ied­wXi­ilel rJi­isaent,opr6e3sipdernctenotf bJAy S2o0l4a0r.

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DENG HUA / XINHUA

Con­sumers check out im­ported gro­ceries at the China-Rus­sia tax-free trade zone at Manzhouli in In­ner Mon­go­lia au­ton­o­mous re­gion, which opened on June 23, 2016.

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