Potential and Policy Issues for Sustainable Development of Wind Power in China (2013)

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This paper presents a macroscopic view on the prevailing policy and potential issues in respect of the sustainable wind power development in China. It starts by analyzing the characteristics of wind power resources and pin-pointing the relationship between the regulatory policies and various economic, taxation, legal and grid integration attributes relating to the wind power development. Then it follows by analyzing the status quo and capabilities of the wind power manufacturing industry in China including its operational efficiency and grid integration standards. The economic and environmental benefits are estimated by relating to the associated costing analysis in respect of the major contributing factors such as manufacturing, operational and financial factors. Results of the associated benefits analysis indicate that the use of the wind power generation helps to save a significant equivalent amount of standard coal consumption resulting to reduction of emission effectively. Finally, the potential of wind power development in China is shown to be affirmative and the sustainable energy policy is effectively implemented in China.
Year: 2013
Language: English
In: Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy, 1 (3): 204-215 p.

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