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China’s Clean Energy Ambitions

China’s clean energy ambitions were being mirrored within the launch of the world’s largest floating star farm.

The 40-megawatt powerhouse has a hundred and sixty thousand panels resting on a lake that emerged once the collapse of a coal pit in central Anhui province.

It is a part of Beijing's effort to wean itself off a fuel dependency that has created it the world's high carbon electrode, with a simple fraction of its electricity still fuelled by coal.

The star facility went online around the time of President Donald Trump's much criticized Gregorian calendar month a pair of the call to withdraw from the international accord geared toward saving the world from global climate change catastrophe.

Trump's move shifted the spotlight to China and whether or not it'll withstand the leadership mantle within the fight against warming. Days once his announcement and by coincidence Peking hosted a global conference on clean energy.

It was a chance for China that already produces a common fraction of the world's star panels, to boast of its commitment to fast investment and reforms for the bigger use of renewable energies.

"The US's withdrawal from the Paris agreement offers China associate degree unexampled chance to require the lead in global climate change" energy professional Frank Yu of Wood Mackenzie practice told AFP.

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