Making a Big Push in China's Low-Carbon Drive

25 September 2013

An idea in the abstract may thrill its creator, but an idea that has been tested by reality - and survives - can change the world. That's especially true for China Inner Mu Biomass Power Co Ltd, a private Chinese company dedicated to integrating desertification control with biomass thermoelectricity in China.

The company has been a pioneer in the field since 2003. It came up with a new economic model four years later when it started to pay local people to plant Salix psammophila, which is widely known as "a green coal" with much cleaner emissions and thermo capacity when burned.

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