China Doubles Pace Of Adding Renwables In 2013 To Cut Pollution reports Bloomberg News, adding 36 Gigawatts of capacity, mostly in the form of hydroelectric power, in the first 10 months, in a bid to cut ever worsening pollution in its cities. Solar and wind power made up a third of that expansion. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-12-04/china-doubles-pace-of-adding-renwables-amid-pollution-cut.html
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