Increasing coal production is a short- and medium-term measure. Increasing the installed capacity of renewable energy sources such as photovoltaics and wind power is a long-term task.
At a time when the world attaches great importance to the use of renewable energy, the top two countries in the world’s economy-the United States and China, have launched new measures on renewable energy at almost the same time.
Recently, the U.S. Department of Energy announced a new national community solar partnership goal, planning a community solar system to power 5 million homes by 2025. In other words, the United States intends to increase community solar power generation by 730% by the end of 2025 compared to the end of 2020.
China has recently proposed to accelerate the construction of large-scale wind power photovoltaic base projects in deserts, Gobi and desert areas. The first phase of the project with an installed capacity of 100 million kilowatts is being organized.
In addition, a recent energy-related conference also proposed to increase the proportion of clean energy.
Winter is the dry season of the river, and coal production capacity cannot be increased substantially in one step. In order to increase power generation by multiple measures, the construction of wind power and photovoltaics is continuously speeding up.