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DuPont-commissioned report released

Addresses development of sustainable energy for a growing China

| | Jun 15, 2013 | 6:00 pm
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Addresses development of sustainable energy for a growing China

DuPont has announced publishing a report on the challenges and opportunities to secure China’s energy future at the SNEC 7th International Photovoltaic Power Generation Conference & Exhibition. Written in collaboration with Fortune magazine’s Content Marketing and Strategies Group, the report is said to examine China’s increasing demand for energy, the key challenges for the Chinese energy sector, the government’s energy strategy, that includes conservation and the sustainable exploitation of energy sources, such as fossil fuels, hydro, nuclear and key renewables like solar. The report explains how DuPont is working with government and private-sector partners in China to help develop sustainable energy solutions, the company claimed.

The report points out that science-based innovation will help make China’s consumption of valuable energy resources more efficient and spur development of viable, sustainable energy solutions that require collaboration between scientists and policymakers, communities and private sectors, DuPont revealed.

China’s GDP is expected to quintuple between now and 2050, creating extraordinary growth in energy consumption and reshaping international energy markets, according to the International Monetary Fund, and this is likely to boost energy prices and stimulate scientific innovation across the global energy sector, the report highlighted.

“DuPont has been using science and collaborative problem-solving to improve the quality of lives for more than two centuries,” said DuPont Greater China President Tony Su. “We look forward to helping China deploy energy technologies that will underpin the health, safety and prosperity of its citizens for decades to come.”

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