China’s biggest grid firm faces NGO court fight for spurning renewables

Published 11:46 on April 12, 2018  /  Last updated at 11:50 on April 12, 2018  /  China  /  No Comments

A Chinese environmental NGO is suing the country's State Grid Corp., claiming 310 million yuan ($49 mln) in damages for the company’s failure to comply with a 2006 law obligating it to purchase all the renewable energy generated within its area of operation.

A Chinese environmental NGO is suing the country’s State Grid Corp., claiming 310 million yuan ($49 mln) in damages for the company’s failure to comply with a 2006 law obligating it to purchase all the renewable energy generated within its area of operation.

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