China aims to increase hydropower 50 per cent by 2015

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Reports claim officials are keen to accelerate dam building programme

The Chinese government has reportedly pledged to increase its hydroelectric power capacity 50 per cent by 2015 as it continues to accelerate efforts to boost its low-carbon energy supplies. According...

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