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China¨s State Council had released a plan for the development of its new strategic industries focus on energy saving and emission reduction during the 12th Five Year Plan (2011-2015)
The seven new strategic industries include energy conservation and environment protection, new information technology, biology, high-end equipment manufacturing, new materials, new energy and new-energy cars, according to the plan.
The seven industries will maintain an average growth rate of over 20 percent during the 2011-2015 period.
During this period, Chinese government will invest around 2.3 trillion CNY to make the change.
The total value-added output of the industries will account for around 8 percent in China's gross domestic production by 2015.
The plan aims to boost the innovation capability of those industries, improve the environment for innovation and starting businesses and strengthen their positions in global labor division.
The plan also aims at enhancing the role of the seven industries in serving the upgrading of industrial structure, energy saving and emission reduction, raising people's living standards and creating jobs.
The current situation:
During the 11th Five Year Plan (2006-2010) period:
Energy consumption grew at an average annual growth rate of 6.6 %, supporting the 11.2% annual growth rate of the national economy.
Energy consumption per unit of GDP was reduced by 19.1 %.
Total sulfur dioxide emissions and total COD emissions were reduced by 14.29 % and 12.45 %, respectively.
Targets by 2015
Reducing the energy consumption per RMB10, 000 of GDP to 0.869 tons of standard coal (based on prices in 2005) C a 16% decrease from 1.034 tons in 2010 and a 32% decrease from 1.276 tons in 2005.
Saving 670 million tons of standard coal during the 12th Five Plan Year period.
Controlling total COD emissions and total sulfur dioxide emissions at 23.476 million tons and 20.864 million tons, decreasing by 8% from 25.517 million tons and 22.678 million tons from 2010, respectively.
Controlling total ammonia nitrogen emissions and total nitric oxide emissions at 2.38 million tons and 20.462 million tons, decreasing by 10% from 2.644 million tons and 22.736 million tons from 2010 respectively.