In the next five years, China will remain the undisputed leader in global renewable energy growth!

PubDate:2017-11-22Author:Jinlun CompanySources:Heat pump frontViews:562

The world is standing at the "crossroads" of energy change, and China has proven that economic growth and control of carbon emissions can go hand in hand.

“China is a 'key factor' at the climate change conference in Bonn.” “China has proposed a 'bridge plan' for this year's climate negotiations, setting a leading position in the global climate governance field.” “Energy consumption since 2014 The total amount of carbon emissions is no longer growing, thanks to the explosive growth of renewable energy in important countries such as China.... The new round of UN climate change conference ended in Bonn, Germany, focusing on China's energy transformation and praise. The voice of China as a driving force in the global climate governance process is quite compelling.

International institutions have also shown that China, which has accelerated energy transformation and achieved green development, has taken the lead in many indicators. The 2017 Renewable Energy Market Report released by the International Energy Agency pointed out that in 2016, global solar PV production capacity increased by 50%, of which China contributed more than half. More than 40% of the world's new renewable energy generation capacity comes from China. In the next five years, China will remain the undisputed leader in global renewable energy growth.

The bright transcripts are written in a series of "World First": China is the world's largest renewable energy producer and consumer, the largest renewable energy investor, the largest new energy vehicle producer and consumer, in hydropower, wind power, China's solar power generation capacity and nuclear power construction scale, China ranks first in the world. Dai Sipan, chief economist of BP Group, feels that China is leading the accelerated development of global renewable energy.

Understanding the "China speed" that drives the energy revolution requires a longer-term perspective. As the German Economic Weekly commented, “long-term plans make the Chinese look different. They have long known that smart strategists are not considering quarterly numbers, but decades of numbers.” As an important part of the 13th Five-Year Plan, to the green development as an important concept of the overall development of relations, China's determination to take the green, low-carbon and sustainable development path is unwavering.

At present, the world is standing at the “crossroads” of energy change, and energy development faces the dual task of promoting economic growth and coping with climate change. Benefits and the environment, where the balance should be tilted, is a problem that plagues many countries. The traditional fossil energy industry chain such as oil and coal is complete, and the transformation of energy structure is imperative. It is necessary to move some people's cheese and even affect economic growth. The development of renewable energy construction projects is large, the initial cost is high, and the recycling cost cycle is long. The immaturity of some new technologies also limits the scale of development of renewable energy. Promoting energy transformation means overcoming great resistance and difficulties, which has discouraged many countries.

Turning the ideal into reality requires not only a forward-looking vision, but also a constant effort. "Twenty years ago, all of us wanted someone to industrialize solar panels to reduce costs, but at the time it was just a dream, and China made dreams a reality." 10 years ago, Europe and the United States There have been opportunities to vigorously develop new energy sources, but they missed the opportunity.” In the face of China’s prosperous renewable energy development, Western scholars are sincerely sighed by China’s actions, strong national strength, governance capacity and institutional advantages. China's energy revolution will not end in the face of financing difficulties, will not be stagnant because of party disputes, and will not go back because of the current gains and losses.

Green development is bringing more economic dividends to China. According to the International Renewable Energy Organization, there are 3.5 million jobs in China's clean energy sector, making it the country with the most jobs in this sector. In 2020, China's new investment in renewable energy will reach 2.5 trillion yuan, which will create about 10 million jobs in the industry. Currently. China is a major exporter in the clean energy sector, providing two-thirds of the world's solar panels and nearly half of its wind turbines. China's technological innovation has reduced the cost of building renewable energy and has helped developing countries develop a green economy. China has proven that economic growth and control of carbon emissions can go hand in hand. The scientific plan for energy development not only matches the path of economic transformation and upgrading, but also implements China's commitment to reduce emissions to the world, highlighting the role of major powers.

The horn of the global energy revolution has already sounded, and China’s adherence to sustainable development is clear and clear. I believe that in the future, China and China's wisdom will bring more fresh winds to the world's energy transformation.