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State Grid unveils action report at COP28

By Li Jiaying | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2023-12-02 21:26

People take pictures during the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Dec 1, 2023. [Photo/Agencies]

On the inaugural day of this year's COP 28 on Thursday, the State Grid Corp of China released its latest action report on further advancing green and low-carbon energy transition, aiming to outline its commitment to pushing forward the process.

The 28th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, or COP28, started on Thursday afternoon in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, with the State Grid representing the country's energy sector.

Addressing a series of heated topics, such as emerging trends in green development, global consensus on energy transition, and collaborative efforts for a clean and low-carbon future. The report systematically outlines the State Grid's commitment to a shared human destiny, its contributions to fulfilling the UNFCCC, and its future initiatives to promote green and low-carbon energy transition.

As energy stands as a vital foundation and driving force for global economic and social development, the assurance of a secure and reliable energy supply, coupled with the promotion of green and sustainable development, is a matter of global common interest.

Recognizing the pivotal role of the grid in energy conversion, optimization, and supply-demand coordination, the grid operator aims to lead as a promoter, pioneer, and guide in the green and low-carbon energy transition, the State Grid said.

Its goal is to contribute wisdom and strength to empower a cleaner and more beautiful world, charging toward a better life and empowering a more beautiful China, while actively contributing to the global green and low-carbon energy transformation, it added.


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