18 March 2008 09:17 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS news)--China is targeting renewables to make up 10% of its overall energy consumption in 2010, cutting reliance on fossil fuels by around 300m tonnes of coal equivalent, the country’s top economy planner said on Tuesday.
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It also aims to increase its biodiesel output to 200,000 tonnes until 2010 from 50,000 tonnes in 2005, the agency added.
Waste vegetable oil collection points will also be set up in major cities such as
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