Development of Biomass Power Generation in China: Constraints and Measures for Perfection

Yuechen Hao, Guoliang Luo

Abstract


Having started late in China, the development of biomass power generation currently encounters many restraining factors, such as the inconclusive biomass resources distribution, the obstructed supply channel of raw materials, the weak foundation of technology industrialization, the immature market mechanism, imperfect relevant laws and regulations, as well as unfriendly market environment. By reviewing the development of biomass power generation industry in foreign countries and analyzing China’s present conditions, this paper puts forward some counter measure for the orderly development of China’s biomass power generation.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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