Renewables Could Hold The Key To China’s Water Problems

By Joshua S Hill A power sector transformation driven by renewables and improved plant cooling technology could help relieve China’s water demand issues. A new brief published by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and China Water Risk finds that scaling up renewable energy in China, and introducing improved plant cooling technologies for existing power plants, could go a [&hellip
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