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A Global Catalyst for Sustainability and Green Transition

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A Boon for Global Sustainability

China's dominance in the electric vehicle (EV) market has resulted in substantial carbon emission reductions.

The National Big Data Alliance for New Energy Vehicles reports that monthly carbon emissions reductions from EVs surpassed 9 million tons in March 2023, a significant milestone.

China's contribution to global renewable energy capacity is equally impressive. It accounted for over 50% of the 510 gigawatts of newly installed renewable energy capacity worldwide in 2023.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) projects that China will account for almost 60% of the new renewable capacity expected to become operational globally by 2028, playing a crucial role in achieving the global goal of tripling renewable capacity by 2030.

China's manufacturing prowess allows it to produce affordable new energy products, making them accessible to a wider global audience.

The IEA emphasizes the need for affordable EVs to enable mass adoption outside of China.

Chinese manufacturers like BYD have achieved significant cost-effectiveness through vertical integration and self-produced core components.

China's diverse range of electric vehicles, from budget-friendly compact cars to premium sports sedans, caters to the needs of various global customers.

China's wind and photovoltaic power products are exported to over 200 countries and regions, contributing to reduced electricity generation costs worldwide.

Chinese enterprises are actively investing in clean energy projects abroad, promoting low-carbon growth in various countries and regions.

These investments are based on mutual benefit and win-win outcomes, supporting local economic development and addressing energy challenges.

China has partnered with over 100 countries on green energy projects, helping to reduce green transition costs and solve issues like electricity shortages.

The Belt and Road Initiative facilitates green cooperation with other nations, characterized by long-term commitment, technology transfer, and localized production.

This collaborative approach ensures mutual benefits and fuels economic growth through technological exchange.

As Erik Solheim, former UN under-secretary-general and former UN Environment executive director, aptly stated, "The power of China to help the world go green is enormous." China's new energy industry is undoubtedly a driving force in the global transition towards a sustainable future.

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May 21, 2023 | 05:09