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China renewables and COVID-19

China’s economy is showing signs of an initial uptick following strict and successful COVID-19 containment measures.

Data released from the first two months of the year reveal the scale of the impact on the electricity sector. These also highlight promising trends for renewables, underscoring the improving environment for new wind and solar in the world’s largest electricity system.

Download the full note by Christian Romig and Guo Fumi, AFRY Management Consulting (China), to read insights into the impact of China’s COVID-19 containment measures on China’s electricity sector, and that of Hubei province, in January and February of this year. Find out how the data adds to evidence that China’s electricity sector policies and infrastructure investments are leading to an improving investment environment for key low-carbon technologies.