Invest 5trillion yuan in Rio Tinto new energy in C

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Rio Tinto China has invested 5trillion yuan in new energy for ten years. After many changes and improvements, the development plan of emerging energy industry, which has been widely spread for a long time, has finally been finalized. Jiang Bing, director of the planning and Development Department of the national energy administration, revealed that the development plan for emerging energy industries (hereinafter referred to as the plan) has been prepared and is being submitted to the State Council for approval according to relevant procedures. The plan plans to increase direct investment by a total of 5trillion yuan to develop the mainland's emerging energy industry by opening the market to attract domestic and foreign capital in the ten years from 2011 to 2020. More experts believe that 5trillion is only a conservative estimate. If the drive to related industries is included, the final development scale of the overall new energy industry is likely to reach tens of trillion

Jiang Bing pointed out that the main reason why the plan was finally named as the development plan of emerging energy industry by the initially popular renewable energy industry development plan for promoting the integration and use of renewable energy is that the plan includes not only wind energy, hydropower and nuclear power, but also the upgrading of traditional energy. The plan mainly covers advanced nuclear energy, wind energy, solar energy, biomass energy, geothermal energy, unconventional natural gas and other new and renewable energy, and makes a clear deployment for the industrialization and application of some new energy technologies, such as organic materials, clean coal, smart electricity, distributed energy, new energy for vehicles, which are usually used in the development and utilization of emerging energy

drive the adjustment of energy structure

in order to reduce dependence on traditional energy and achieve carbon emission reduction, China has put forward specific goals. That is, by 2020, the proportion of non fossil energy in the total primary energy consumption will reach about 15%, and the carbon dioxide emission per unit of GDP will be reduced by 40% to 45% compared with 2005

but the introduction of this plan will strongly promote the realization of the above two goals. Jiang Bing said that after the implementation of the plan, the excessive dependence on coal demand will be greatly reduced. By 2020, sulfur dioxide emissions will be reduced by about 7.8 million tons and carbon dioxide emissions by about 1.2 billion tons

some analysts pointed out that to achieve the goal of 15% non fossil energy consumption by 2020, the scale of nuclear power should reach at least 75 million KW, the installed scale of hydropower should reach at least 300 million KW, and the utilization scale of other biomass energy should reach more than 240 million tons of standard coal

Han Xiaoping, chief information officer of China energy, said in an interview with this newspaper that the launch of the new energy industry development plan will not only adjust China's current energy structure, which mainly depends on coal and oil, but also rebuild the global energy system. This round of planning focuses on increasing the proportion of natural gas in the energy structure, which will change the industrial system that China used to rely on traditional energy such as coal and oil, promote the adjustment of China's industrial structure, and become a new engine to drive China's economic growth

it is still necessary to control the total consumption

but it is worth noting that although the absolute scale of the total renewable energy has kept increasing year by year in recent years, the proportion in the total energy consumption has begun to show a downward trend. Statistics show that the proportion of renewable energy in China's total primary energy consumption reached 7.9% in 2008, and only 7.8% in 2009

cha Daojiong, a professor at the school of international relations of Peking University, admitted to this newspaper that the current energy development in China is more important than the development of new energy. We are very happy to cooperate with the team of innovation engineers of idasso and Chery. The task is to reduce the total energy consumption and increase the proportion of new energy sources. If the growth of energy consumption is not controlled, the development of new energy industry will also be wasted

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