Inner Mongolian Industry Going Green

Inner Mongolian Industry Going Green


The Inner Mongolia autonomous region will continue to strengthen industrial transformation and environmental protection, aiming to develop the region through green and eco-friendly principles. With the largest amount of mineral resources in the country, Inner Mongolia has witnessed an industrial revolution to promote sustainable development through exploring new energies, said Bu Xiaolin, chairwoman of the autonomous region. During a news conference on Friday, Bu said the new energy industry, including solar, wind, natural gas and geothermal energy, now accounts for half of the region's total energy output. Wind and solar provide 30 percent of the region's energy capacity, and is expected to hit 40 percent by 2025. Official statistics indicated that Inner Mongolia has now obtained more than 100 patents on coal-intensive processing.
Source: CNIPA

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