China Could Cut 200m Tonnes of Commercial Coal by 2015

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As the level of air pollution continues to become an issue in some of the country’s mossy heavily-populated regions, policy discussions seem to have led to an agreement that could potentially cut coal usage by up to 100 million tonnes a year by 2015.By targeting the northern region of the country – spanning Beijing, Hebei and Tianjin – policy makers are hoping to cut a dramatic amount of coal from the energy economy. The reason? Commercial energy for the steel regions that can burn up to 300 million tonnes a year.

via China Could Cut 200m Tonnes of Commercial Coal by 2015.

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