As plans for three more Chinese wind farms secure approval, the government announces that it is to invest $15bn in bolstering wind energy capacity
China will spend about $15bn (£9bn) as part of a programme to more than double its wind power capacity from 12,000MW to 30,000MW by the end of next year. The commitment is to form part of a major new...
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