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January 8, 2020updated 27 Dec 2021 7:34am

China will shift towards renewable energy in the future, says GlobalData

By Imogen Clegg

China is one of the powerhouses of the world, and the solar thermal power market will continue to grow in the coming years. Through technological developments as well as a changing global mindset, it is important for China to invest in solar power sources. 

Renewable power including hydro, solar, geothermal, and wind is set to dominate the global power market, with China a leading force. The report China Solar Thermal Power Analysis: Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2019 by GlobalData provides an in-depth assessment of the solar thermal power market in China and how it looks to grow over the next 10 years. Gain a strengthened understanding of the solar thermal power market and identify key players in this industry. 

A move towards lowering carbon emissions provides an amazing opportunity for renewable energy providers to grow and thrive. 

Key highlights of this report include:

 

  • An overview of China’s renewable energy market highlighting installed capacity trends (2010-2030), generation trends (2010-2030), and installed capacity split by sources (2018)
  • A detailed overview of China solar thermal power market including both active and upcoming projects
  • A snapshot of the major market participants in this sector
  • Deal analysis based on mergers, acquisitions, partnership, asset finance, debt offering, equity offering, private equity, and venture capitalists

Use this comprehensive research report to enhance decision making in your business. Identify key players in the market and help to channelize resources to maximize success. 

To find out more about this report, visit GlobalData’s Report Store.

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