Non-coal plants generate half of China’s electricity supply

Monday, 06 September 2021

Strong growth in renewables has reduced the share of coal in China’s power generation mix to less than 50% – for the first time. Fitch Ratings expects the contribution of coal will fall by a further 3% in 2021 as the government pushes for a coal-to-gas switch to reach carbon neutrality.

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