The soon-to-wrap-up COP 26 in Glasgow, UK is a crucial opportunity to achieve pivotal, transformational change in global climate policy and action. As the world’s biggest coal consumer and producer, China is the target of public criticism, especially during COP26. And how to improve the energy structure is a tough problem facing China.

Around 70% of electricity in China relies on burning coal. In order to find an environment-friendly way, hydrogen has been seen as a better choice for energy production.
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  • @oliviawutam

    China bashing? The conference should have been Virtual, not flying planes etc.

  • @edgarjohnston7937

    Ask USA, Britain and Australia first.

  • @tankimhai7665

    China attend to universal problems quietly and efficiently not like western nations talks more do less.

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