Learning from China.
By Anton Lang ~
When it comes to China, there’s not much I agree with, in fact very little I do agree with. However, one thing I do agree with is the way they are going about their electrical power generation policy. This actually is one thing that they are doing right, and as much as the rest of the already Developed World grumbles about their implementation of coal fired power, well, in my opinion, that’s a case of those who do have access to constant and reliable electrical power trying to stop China having that same access to electrical power, because China is doing this with coal fired power, and therein lies the perceived problem, the emissions of Carbon Dioxide.
When it comes to that access to electrical power, I am always drawn back to one graph that shows the progress of electrical power generation, and that is the…
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