PODCAST | China leads the world in renewable energies

China in Context – SOAS, University of London | China is on course to reach its targets for wind and solar power five years ahead of time, helping shore up its position as the world leader in renewable energy. However, the Chinese government is also building many new coal-fired power stations and fossil fuels are expected to make up a significant proportion of the country’s energy mix for decades to come. In this podcast, host Duncan Bartlett discusses China’s power paradox with Dorothy Mei and Martin Weil from Global Energy Monitor.

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