2 cheers for China's green-energy drive, says World Bank

11/23/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Beijing's efforts to spur a clean-energy revolution deserve qualified praise from the global community, according to a World Bank report. China appears on course to increase its use of non-fossil fuels to 15% of all energy used by 2020, but the country's wind-energy boom could stall because of a lack of investment in transmission infrastructure. "China's experience has been less than optimal in planning wind farms, operational integration and coordination between developers and grid operators," the report says.

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