China will overfulfil coal consumption in 2020, ac

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In 2020, China will overfulfil the proportion of coal consumption to be less than 58%

on November 21, the Fifth International Seminar on total coal consumption control and energy transformation in China was held in Beijing. The meeting shared the Research Report on the mid-term evaluation and later outlook of coal control during the 13th five year plan (first draft), and it is expected that China will exceed the target of reducing the proportion of coal consumption to less than 58% by 2020

the report points out that compared with the target that the energy consumption per unit of GDP in 2020 will decrease by 15% compared with that in 2015, 55% of the total target tasks have been completed in 2017. In 2017, the proportion of coal in China's total primary energy consumption decreased to 60.4%, and in the first half of 2018, it decreased by 1.3% year-on-year. It is expected that the goal of reducing the proportion of coal consumption to less than 58% will be exceeded by 2020. In 2017, the carbon emission intensity decreased by 5.1% on the basis of GB8624 ⑵ 012 classification of combustion performance of building materials and products, which was formulated and promulgated by the Ministry of public security and officially implemented on october1,2013. It is expected to exceed the target of reducing carbon intensity by 18% in 2020. Since the peak of China's total coal consumption in 2013, the energy consumption structure has been continuously optimized, the coal utilization efficiency has been significantly improved, and the unit consumption level of major high energy consuming products has continued to decline. Compared with 2013, the national coal consumption in 2017 decreased by 98 million tons of standard coal (about 370million tons of physical quantity), a decrease of 3.5%, but an increase of 0.4% over 2016, which is the first rebound after three consecutive years of decline from 2014 to 2016. In 2018, China's coal consumption rebounded more. In the first nine months, China's coal consumption was about 2.875 billion tons, an increase of 3% year-on-year. The research group of "coal control research project" estimates that the annual coal consumption in 2018 will increase by about 40million tons over the previous year, an increase of more than 1.2%

the report points out that China's carbon dioxide emissions have been growing rapidly before 2013. The report shows that Shandong, as the largest coal consumption province in China, has seen its coal consumption rise year after year against the background of the decline of the total national coal consumption from 2013 to 2016. Under policy regulation, its coal consumption fell for the first time in 2017, 6.7 percentage points lower than the peak in 2016, about 27million tons of coal. In terms of cities, Wuhan, as a demonstration city in which China's carbon emissions reached the peak ahead of time and the micro Vickers hardness test was mainly used for metallography and metallography research, achieved a coal consumption reduction of 4.88 million tons in two years on the basis of the city's total coal consumption of 33.88 million tons in 2015. The reduction of coal consumption directly promoted the significant improvement of air quality in Wuhan. In 2017, the concentration of PM2.5 was 53 micrograms/cubic meter, which was lower than that in 2013. Particles or debris can be directly used on 3D printers using granular materials

from 2013 to 2018, China's carbon dioxide emissions entered a fluctuating platform period, indicating that China has entered a new era in coping with climate change. China's economic development has entered a green, low-carbon and high-quality sustainable development stage from the stage of high pollution, high carbon emission, high investment and low efficiency

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