Exploitation of Renewable Energy Sources and Its Legal Regulation

Boyu Zhu
March 2010
Journal of Sustainable Development;2010, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p116
Academic Journal
There is great potential for exploitation of renewable energy sources in China, but the strength of policy support and stimulation measures is far from enough. Many practices in foreign countries to lead and standardize development of renewable energy sources can be used as sources of reference in China. The People's Republic of China Renewable Energy Law and relevant supporting regulations have stimulated and promoted exploitation of renewable energy sources in China.


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