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    Friday, November 22, 2013

    NEW ENERGY TO LEAD WORLD, CHINA TO LEAD NEW ENERGY

    China to Build More Renewables Than EU, U.S. Combined, IEA Says

    Matthew Carr, November 12, 2013 (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)

    “China is expected to build more renewable power plants through 2035 than the U.S., European Union and Japan combined, according to the International Energy Agency [World Energy Outlook 2013]…The share of energy sources including hydropower, biomass, wind and solar in world electricity supply will rise above 30 percent in that period…[moving ahead of natural gas in the next few years] and reaching coal as the leading fuel for power generation in 2035…Wind and solar photovoltaic technology will boost renewable output by 45 percent, helping it account for almost half of the increase in global power generation through 2035…Energy-related emissions will rise 20 percent in the period, meaning global temperatures probably will advance more than 3.6 degrees Celsius (6.5 Fahrenheit) in the long term, above the maximum of 2 degrees internationally agreed as the safe limit…” click here for more

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