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China to Increase Non-Fossil Fuel Consumption to 20% by 2030

China wants its non-fossil fuels to account for around 20 percent of its total energy consumption, increasing by over half of the current demand by 2050, the country's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) said on Tuesday.

Terrestrial Photovoltaic Power Project Built In Yantai

China to Install Fewer Solar Panels This Year

China plans to erect fewer solar panels this year, amid arrears in government subsidies and problems with its power grids.

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Solar, Wind Energy Could Pump $2T to China's GDP by 2030

China's wind and solar industry is anticipated to increase fivefold by 2030, significantly boosting the country's GDP, according to Greenpeace.

 A tank holding Ethanol, a fuel additive, is seen at a fuel tank farm in the Global Petroleum facility April 27, 2006 in Boston, Massachusetts.

China Creates First Coal-to-Ethanol Production Line in the World

China is the first country in the world to establish a production line that converts coal into ethanol, which is the main chemical ingredient in alcohol, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Solar Power Industry In Spain

China, US Lead Solar Power Growth Globally in 2016

The amount of solar power added worldwide jumped to 50 percent in 2016, thanks to China and US increasing demand.

China will boost the development of biomass energy in the next five years to reduce coal consumption and improve air quality.

China to Reduce Coal Consumption, Boost Biomass Energy by 2020

China is aiming to reduce coal consumption and improve the air quality by boosting the development of biomass energy by 2020.

Photovoltaic power panels stand at Abaste's El Bonillo Solar Plant while wind turbines spin at a wind farm on the background on December 2, 2015 in El Bonillo, Albacete province, Spain.

China to Build World's Largest Solar Power

China will soon become the home to the world's largest solar power as China Minsheng New Energy Investment Co. is set to develop a 2 gigawatts solar farm in the Ningxia region.

Report Claims 20 Percent Of US's Energy Could Come From Wind Power

China's Idle Wind Turbines May Pose a Big Problem

China shut down a number of its wind turbines, as their idle capacity is only causing damage to the country's electrical grid.

China  and India led investment in renewable energy.

China, India Surpass Developed Nations in Renewable Energy Investment in 2015

India and China made more into renewable energy in 2015 than developed countries, according to a United Nations (UN) report.

Lisa Jackson, Apple’s SVP of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives highlights that Liam would be able to save cobalt and lithium from the battery, gold and copper from the camera.

Apple Develops Liam Robot to Help iPhone Recycling

Apple has unveiled its new creation of a robotic system that will rip the old iPhones for easier recycle.


Bill Gates Meets with China’s Premier Li Keqiang

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Microsoft founder and second-richest man in the world Bill Gates in Beijing on Thursday to discuss climate change and renewable energy.

World Leaders Speak At UN Climate Summit

American States May Get More Time to Reduce Greenhouse Emissions

It is being speculated that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Obama administration has unanimously agreed to postpone the deadline for states to reduce green house emissions to 2022 instead of 2020. This amendment is not expected to affect the initial plan of reducing emissions by 26 to 28 percent by 2025.


Montana Legislators Push Solar Energy Advancement

Both Republicans and Democrats are pushing for solar energy advancement in Montana, including a shared-revenue from excess energy.

New Way to Store Electricity Can Change Renewable Energy Consumption

A team of researchers from Harvard is looking at new ways to store energy.

Artist's impression of the plasmoelectric effect

Newly Discovered 'Plasmoelectric Effect' Converts Light into Electricity

Researchers from the California Institute of Technology and the FOM Institute AMOLF have discovered a new method for the production of electrical potentials by using minute metal nanocircuits to effectively capture light and convert it into an electrical potential of 100 millivolts.

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