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By 2020, coal power plants over 600MW required to achieve 300g of coal equivalent/kWh

By 2020, cap annual primary energy consumption at 4.8 billion tons of standard coal equivalent.

By 2020, 15% reduction in energy consumption per unit of GDP compared to 2015 levels.

By 2030, new energy demand to be met mostly by clean energy.

By 2030, at least 20% of total primary energy consumption to come from non-renewable sources.

By 2020, install the following: – 380GW of hydropower; – 205GW of onshore wind; – 5GW offshore wind; – 110GW of Solar PV (60GW of which is distributed solar); – 5 GW of CSP/STE; – 15GW of Bioenergy; and – 530MW of Geothermal.

By 2020, 15% of total primary energy consumption to come from non-renewable sources, including increasing installed renewable capacity to 680GW.

By 2030, 80% of the coal fleet to be ultra-low polluting coal-fired power plants.

By 2030, 50% of total power generation to be from non-fossil power generation.

Reduce the consumption of coal and ensure China’s total energy consumption stays below five billion metric tons of standard coal per year.

Estimated that by 2020, production and sales of electric cars and plug-in hybrid vehicles will reach 5 million and that that there will be cars produced that consume 5 liters of fossil fuels/100km.

Aim to turn 1 million hectares of marginal cropland into forest or grassland and increase forest coverage to 23.04% by 2020.

Planned national emissions trading scheme which covers sectors including power, petrochemicals, chemicals, iron and steel, non-ferrous metals, building production and materials, pulp and paper, and aviation.

By 2050, more than 50% of primary energy consumption to come from non-fossil energy.

Around 2030 or earlier, for economy wide CO2 emissions to peak.

By 2030, 60-65% economy wide reduction of carbon emissions per unit of GDP below 2005 levels.

By 2020, 18% economy wide reduction of carbon emissions per unit of GDP below 2015 levels.