China may triple electricity generation to cover 60%, instead of currently 23% of total energy demand to reach Net Zero by 2060, Royal Dutch Shell reckons. The oil major also predicts green hydrogen to play a key part in China’s future energy mix as the country’s carbon price will quadruple to 1,300 yuan ($204.82) per tonne in 2060.
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