Video: Impact of the coronavirus on China’s power and renewables sector
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has led to a slowdown of economic activities in China. This, in turn, is expected to affect the country's power and renewables sector, which is now the biggest in the world.
Here are some key thoughts and insights on possible scenarios:
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Xizhou Zhou is a managing director of IHS Markit and heads the Global Power & Renewables group.
Posted 05 March 2020.
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