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Impacts of the War on Energy in China - Energy Iceberg Syndicate 2022 Vol.5

China Clean Energy Syndicate
The ongoing Ukraine War and sanctions over Russia have significant implications for the global energy market. China is not the one facing the heaviest impacts, but the supply disruption and price increases could add to the supply security issue and would continue to promote the development of renewable energy.
Besides the crisis, other major updates of the Chinese clean energy market last week include:
  • Hydrogen: China’s energy storage five-year plan recognizes the role of “hydrogen-ammonia” storage as a critical solution and areas required more investment
  • Wind: Dongfang Electric brings forth a 13MW offshore turbine prototype, cementing its technology position in the Chinese offshore wind market
  • Solar: experts expect that the market would see robust development, of 83-99GW new capacity every year between now and 2025
  • Other: China has approved 5 coal mining projects this year, reflecting the country’s shifting energy strategy
Please scroll down to check out the nine updates that we considered noteworthy last week.
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