China calls for world collaboration on development of renewable energy

14:08, October 28, 2010      

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It's the common responsibility of all countries to develop renewable energy and countries shall work together to attain genuine development of renewable energy so as to combat climate change, Liu Qi, vice chairman of the National Energy Administration (NEA) said Wednesday.

Addressing the Delhi International Renewable Energy Conference 2010, which opens in New Delhi on Wednesday, Liu suggested that participants of the conference work out a road map for the development of global renewable energy and help individual countries put forward their own road map in this regard in accordance with their own resources, technology and economic conditions.

China would like to open its renewable energy market to the maximum since professional division of labor is the best way to improve efficiency and reduce costs, he said.

Commenting on the possible consequence of a U.S. probe into the Chinese clean energy policies on the sidelines of the conference, Liu said that China's renewable energy sector would not be much affected by it.

Liu said China's supportive policies focus on basic research, development and demonstration projects.

The U.S. Trade Representative's office started on Oct. 15 the probe dubbed Section 301 of Trade Act 1974, in response to a United Steel workers Union's complaint on Sept. 9 that China' s support for its renewable energy sectors gave Chinese producers unfair advantages over competitors.

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