en.ce.cn 23 Jan, 2023 04:15 am

China's major coal-producing region seeks greater new-energy development--China Economic Net

North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, a major coal producer in the country, aims to speed up the development of its new-energy sector in 2023.As part of regionwide efforts this year, Inner Mongolia will accelerate the construction of large-scale wind power and photovoltaic bases, and projects that use wind and photovoltaic power for hydrogen production, according to Wang Lixia, chairwoman of the autonomous region."In 2023, Inner Mongolia will strive to promote the development of new-energy sources and new-energy equipment manufacturing," the chairwoman noted.This year, Inner Mongolia will also step up the clean and efficient use of coal, Wang said.

Inner Mongolia will support Erdos in aligning the development of hydrogen production from renewable energy sources and that of the modern coal chemical industry, she added.The region will seek to increase its grid-connected installed capacity of new-energy power generation by more than 25 million kilowatts, Wang said while delivering a government work report at the recently-concluded annual session of the regional people's congress.

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