China’s plan to reduce use of coal for heating in northern homes still facing problems, report says
China’s plan to phase out residential coal-fired heating systems in about a dozen northern provinces continues to be dogged by problems such as insufficient natural gas supplies and high prices, according to a new study.Beijing launched a programme to introduce more natural gas and electric heating systems in 2017 – and by doing so reduce air pollution – but with a third winter now approaching, poorer residents in some of the coldest parts of the country could revert to burning coal, said the…

Vía South China Morning Post

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