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Can China consume less coal?

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China's biggest single consumer of coal and emitter of carbon dioxide is electric power generation. Among industrial users of energy, it accounts for about a third of CO2 emissions, and among all users, about a quarter. In this paper, the authors argue that, although the electric power sector uses by far the most coal, better opportunities for reducing CO2 emissions exist elsewhere in China

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 11 )