China's ambitious plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060 involves a radical transformation of its energy system, moving from fossil fuels to clean energy sources

Despite being the world's largest greenhouse gas emitter, China aims to peak its carbon emissions within this decade and achieve net zero by 2060.

The country's strategy includes renewable megaprojects, nuclear power expansion, and a dominant role in the global green technology supply chain.

China consumes 25% of global energy, with tripled energy needs since 2000, driving growth and emissions.

Fossil fuel reliance hampers growth, energy security, and contributes to China being the largest greenhouse gas emitter.

President Xi Jinping targets carbon neutrality by 2060, with peak emissions in the current decade.

Renewables play a significant role, with China leading solar supply chain and investing in wind and solar capacity.

China's nuclear expansion involves building 150 reactors in 15 years for reliable carbon-free energy.

Ultra high voltage power lines facilitate efficient energy transmission across the country.China's dominance in processing clean energy metals raises concerns about supply chain dependency.

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