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Production of wind power grows fastest

In the first eleven months of this year, China generated 14 percent more power from solar energy and 29 percent more power from wind energy compared to the same period last year. However, power production from coal and gas also rose by about 10 percent. The increase in nuclear energy was about 12 percent. Power generation from hydropower decreased by two percent, figures from the National Bureau of Statistics show. However, part of the increase in coal-fired power and renewables can be attributed to statistical effects. In the same period last year, power demand was curtailed due to the Covid pandemic.

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