Pingjing photovoltaic power station and Dahaizi wind power station in Guizhou province, built as part of China’s efforts to switch to green energy. Photo: Xinhua

China ‘could produce 13 per cent more solar power’ if its skies were as clean as in the 1960s

  • Effect of pollution that absorbs and scatters sunlight is made clearer by ‘unprecedented’ data, researchers say
  • Study underlines the potential rewards as Beijing aims to switch from coal to solar and other clean energy
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Pingjing photovoltaic power station and Dahaizi wind power station in Guizhou province, built as part of China’s efforts to switch to green energy. Photo: Xinhua
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