China’s top economic planning agency, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has given the nod to the first batch of renewable projects under its new zero-subsidy policy.
NDRC gave a go-ahead to 20.8 GW of renewable energy projects that will be developed without government subsidies. Of a total of 20.8 GW, the first subsidy-free list encompasses 56 onshore wind farms and 168 solar PV arrays across 16 provinces.
The wind farm projects will have a combined capacity of 4.51 GW while the total capacity of the cleared solar schemes is 14.78 GW. Distributed generation renewable energy projects with a combined capacity of 1.47 GW are also in the list. Read More
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