China consumes nearly as much coal as the rest of the world combined, and is leading the world in greenhouse gas emissions. Now, even as China builds more coal-fired power plants, it is working to roll out technologies to burn that coal more cleanly — from anti-smog filters to systems to capture carbon dioxide and shoot it underground. China has launched the world's largest "clean coal" experiment. During this talk, the top technology officer from China's largest power company, Shisen Xu, will assess the state of cleaner coal-burning technology and its prospects for real-world rollout in China and around the globe.
Part of the Fall 2013 Stanford Energy Seminar
Tagged under: Asia,China,clean tech,energy climate policy,energy developing world,renewable energy,solar
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