References

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  1. CIA World Factbook
  2. US EPA: Energy Regulation and Legislation in China [PDF]
  3. US EIA: Total Petroleum and Other Liquids Production
  4. US EPA: 2012 China Energy Market [PDF]
  5. US EIA: China – International energy data and analysis
  6. IEA: PVPS Report – Snapshot of Global PV 1992-2013 [PDF]
  7. IEA: PVPS Report – Snapshot of Global PV 1992-2014 [PDF]
  8. CleanTechnica: CSP in China by 2020
  9. Wikipedia: Solar Power in China
  10. Wind Power Monthly: Wind provides 1.5% of China’s electricity
  11. China’s Cleantech Landscape: The Renewable Energy Technology Paradox [PDF]
  12. Wikipedia: Wind Power in China
  13. Wikipedia: Gansu Wind Farm
  14. Wikipedia: Hydropower in China
  15. Facts and Details: Dams and Hydropower in China
  16. CEEP-BIT: Energy poverty and solid fuels use in rural China: Analysis based on national population census [PDF]
  17. Increase of Residential Electricity Consumption in Urban and Rural China by province [PDF]
  18. Wikipedia: Electricity Sector in China
  19. GACC: China country profile
  20. World Bank: China – Accelerating Household Access to Clean Cooking and Heating [PDF]
  21. China Alliance for Clean Cookstoves
  22. C2ES: Energy and Climate Goals of China’s 12th Five-Year Plan
  23. China Briefing: China Releases 12th Five-Year Plan for Energy Development
  24. China Briefing: China Releases 12th Five-Year Plan for Solar Power Development
  25. Bloomberg: China Forms $32 Billion Energy Company to Help Clean Up Beijing
  26. The White House Office of the Press Secretary: U.S.-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change and Clean Energy Cooperation Factsheet
  27. chinadialogue: China’s leaders want a “revolution” in small-scale solar power
  28. Wikipedia: Datang International Power Generation Company
  29. Wikipedia: China Datang Corporation
  30. Wikipedia: China Guodian Corporation
  31. Wikipedia: China Huadian Corporation
  32. Wikipedia: China Huaneng Group
  33. Wikipedia: China Power Investment Corporation
  34. Wikipedia: State Grid Corporation of China
  35. Wikipedia: China Southern Power Grid Company
  36. CFI Blog: China’s Microfinance Landscape
  37. UHY: China’s declared banking for SMEs
  38. The Brussels Institute: The Global Crisis, FDI, and China [PDF]
  39. FYSE: China Social Enterprise Report 2012 [PDF]
  40. NY Times: Air pollution linked to 1.2 million premature deaths in China
  41. Facts and Details: Air Pollution in China
  42. Wikipedia: Three Gorges Dam

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