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North China’s Inner Mongolia pledges to reduce energy intensity by 15% by 2025

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North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region will take measures to reduce its reliance on coal consumption and accelerate major renewable energy projects to lower the region’s energy consumption per unit of GDP by 15 percent by 2025 from five years ago, according to guidelines issued by the regional government on Monday.

According to an action plan for energy conservation and emission reduction during the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25), the region will lower the coal consumption to below 75 percent, and increase non-fossil energy consumption to about 18 percent of its total energy consumption by 2025.

Local authorities have stressed the need to strengthen monitoring of major coal-consuming industries such as iron and steel making, while speeding up renewable energy transition and upgrading 20 million kilowatts of coal-fired power generating units before 2025.

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