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A man cycles past a Huaneng Power International Inc. power plant in Shanghai. China, the world’s biggest emitter of carbon dioxide, will raise its non-fossil fuel use to 15 percent by 2020 from around 8 percent, even as Europe and the U.S. scaled back support for renewable energy.

Photographer: Kevin Lee/Bloomberg

A man cycles past a Huaneng Power International Inc. power plant in Shanghai. China, the world’s biggest emitter of carbon dioxide, will raise its non-fossil fuel use to 15 percent by 2020 from around 8 percent, even as Europe and the U.S. scaled back support for renewable energy.
November 06, 2012
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