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Environmental, Health & Safety :: Environmental Management :: Sustainability
November 15, 2007
China on Pace to Become Global Leader in Renewable Energy
Major sources include wind, solar and biomass power, while biofuel production is still lagging
Combination of ambitious targets, strong government policies and entrepreneurial acumen may soon allow China's renewable energy sector to 'leapfrog' that of many developed nations
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