China’s long term energy outlook: the gradual changing role of coal fired generation?

The role of coal power in China may evolve from a baseload source to a more flexible power source. This is according to this new report published recently. Both scenarios in the report suggest that the yearly operating hours of these coal-fired units diminish over their operational life, leading to a more cost-effective energy system transformation. This strategic approach not only considers growth and safety but also moves towards achieving net-zero emissions in China’s energy landscape. In this transformation, coal-fired power’s role evolves, and its full adaptability for flexibility is achieved by 2040. After 2040, as the active units near […]

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