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China: Going with the wind

Overview

Government policy is creating a promising environment for China’s wind power industry as the mainland seeks to increase energy security and boost environmental protection. Sustained domestic demand is likely even through the economic downturn, and is expected to reach 100 gigawatts by 2020. As China aims to lessen its dependence on coal and oil, wind is the best-placed alternative energy source because it can be introduced in a relatively short time span with minimal difficulty....

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