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By Yuki Yu @ Energy Iceberg

450 GW Renewable in Desert - Energy Iceberg Syndicate 2022 Vol.6





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The “Two Sessions”–China’s National People’s Congress annual meeting– is here again. This year’s proposals and strategies presented by the national people’s representatives may seem nothing new. However, China’s national energy regulators are increasingly emphasizing the security of supply and price stability of coal.
We provide a breakdown of the key takeaways regarding the energy sector in the government work report 2022. And besides this, other interesting updates of the clean energy market include:
  • Hydrogen: first CO2+H2 synfuel facility launches a successful test run. Inner Mongolia set up two policies that can make the region a leading green hydrogen power-to-chemical market.
  • Renewable: top official revealed target of 450GW renewable capacity to be built in the desert, while in January alone, China added a record 12GW wind and solar capacity
  • Equipment: wind turbine OEMs are speeding up R&Ds for larger offshore turbines, as Haizhuang announced a 16MW PMSG plan
Please scroll down to check out the nine updates that we considered noteworthy last week.
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