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China’s brand-new renewable energy plans will concentrate on the Gobi and various other desert regions, as it accelerates the building and construction of significant brand-new wind and solar energy bases and increases its transmission capabilities, regulators said in a brand-new policy record, according to recent media records.
Aside from these desert projects, it will also function to boost rural grid transmission and also permit town collectives to buy sustainable power and share the profits.
Construction of the second batch of massive wind and solar power projects in China’s Gobi Desert and other arid regions will start soon, as the government has recently begun accepting project applications for the second phase of renewable projects in the area amid the latest effort to accelerate the planning and construction of large-scale wind and solar projects in the country, it added.
The administration said the second phase of the projects should be able to start construction in 2022, and begin operations and get connected to the grid by 2023, and no later than 2024 for those restricted by external conditions.
China is drawing up policies that will permit the “green and low-carbon makeover” of its energy system.
China intends to bring total wind as well as solar capacity to 1,200 gigawatts (GW) by the end of 2030, almost double the current level.