Installed—–Produced Load factor—-More/year
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Hydro —————-319———–1.1226——————–19—–6
Pumped Storage—-23
Wind ——————14————186———-15———-3020
Solar (PV) ————–43 ————————————-1534
Nuclear —————-22————170———-89———–627
Carbon ——————————4.208
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China has halted the approval of new wind turbine installations in North China because it does not have grid capacity to transport intermittent electricity to more populated areas. Also, most of China’s electricity production is from coal, and it is difficult to use coal to balance with wind and solar because coal-fired plants can only be ramped up slowly. China’s total use of wind and solar is not very high (3.9% of consumption in 2015), but it is already encountering major difficulties in grid integration.

Intermittent Renewables Can’t Favorably Transform Grid Electricity

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https://insideclimatenews.org/news/28032016/china-wind-energy-projects-suspends-clean-energy-climate-change

http://www.theenergycollective.com/desmog/2395562/for-china-climate-change-is-no-hoax-its-a-business-and-political-opportunity-3
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Næsten 30 % af sol og vind i nordlige Kina kan ikke bruges på grund af overproduktion. 2016
http://www.theenergycollective.com/barbarafinamore/2373840/big-plans-for-integrating-renewable-energy-into-chinas-electricity-grid
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Vist nok en uhyre god vurdering.
http://www.theenergycollective.com/michael-davidson/335271/china-s-electricity-sector-glance-2013
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Dæmningsbrud
http://www.fyens.dk/modules/mobile/article?articleid=1913904
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https://ing.dk/andre-skriver/elbilssalg-kina-overgaar-nu-salget-resten-verden-tilsammen-192003
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From The Energy Collective 2017-03-22

Most about Nuclear Municipal Heating.

There is a lot of activity in China with HTGRs
Wang Shoujun, chairman of China National Nuclear Corp, said that China’s first small reactor developed by CNNC for practical use, the ACP100, is expected to be built in Changjiang Li autonomous county, Hainan province, at the end of 2017 with a unit capacity of 125MW.
The operation of such mini reactors is secure because of the much lower core temperature and internal pressure than a typical reactor, said Wan Gang, head of the China Institute of Atomic Energy.
“Technically, it is safe for civilian use in urban areas at the moment,” Wan said.
CNEC has been working with Tsinghua University since 2003 on the design, construction and commercialization of HTR technology. A demonstration HTR-PM unit is under construction at Shidaowan near Weihai city in China’s Shandong province.
That plant will initially comprise twin HTR-PM reactor modules driving a single 210 MWe steam turbine. Construction started in late 2012 and commercial operation is scheduled to start in late 2017.
A proposal to construct two 600 MWe HTRs at Ruijin city in China’s Jiangxi province passed a preliminary feasibility review in early 2015. The design of the Ruijin HTRs is based on the smaller Shidaowan demonstration HTR-PM. Construction of the Ruijin reactors is expected to start next year, with grid connection in 2021.
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http://www.theenergycollective.com/energyatmit/2405107/tackling-air-pollution-china
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The IEA investment report notes that in China, 10% of solar PV and 17% of wind generation were curtailed in 2016, even though previous problems with lack of transmission had been fixed. Figure 1 shows China’s electricity from wind and solar amounts to only 5.0% of its total electricity consumption in 2016.
fra http://www.theenergycollective.com/gail-tverberg/2409208/researchers-underestimating-cost-wind-solar
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