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2025 Renewable, Approval No More Needed - Energy Iceberg Syndicate 2022 Vol.15

China Clean Energy Syndicate
Two renewable policies of significant importance were introduced last week that could provide new momentum to the nation’s robust wind and solar power development.
The renewable energy 14th Five-Year Plan, notably, sets no capacity target for the 2025 wind and solar sectors. The industry has been expecting Beijing to shelve the capacity target. The development reflects the robust renewable construction and Beijing’s shifting policymaking focus on renewable.  
Meanwhile, regulators announced to scrape the project approval procedure (previously) required for all wind investments. The move is expected to speed up wind power construction and lower project development cost.
Please scroll down to check out the eight updates that we considered noteworthy last week.
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