The Chinese solar power industry is facing limitations in exports to the US and to the EU. The NDRC is planning to double the installed solar power capacity target by 2015 to 40GW. China looks to avoid foreign risks, after industry insiders appealed to expand the domestic market instead.
Well last week we looked at China's power dilemma, of how to provide for the country's growing energy demands without increasing carbon emissions through coal, or destroying wild rivers to produce hydroelectricity. Today BON’s Andrew Livingstone looks at an energy source that’s not just saving on fossil fuels; it’s helping ease another environmental concern at the same time.