URUMQI, November 21 (Xinhua) - The Autonomous Region of Xinjiang Uygur Northwest China has published a double-digit Growth in the generation of energy of the new energy in the first 10 months of this year in the midst of efforts to improve their energy mix and their struggle contamination.

The generation of clean energy from Xinjiang as solar and wind energy grew 9.5 percent year from 50.96 billion kilowatts in the January period -Ictubre, according to the Xinjiang Electric Power Co. state grid, Ltd.

The utilization rate of its new power power generation capacity reached the 90.9 percent during the period, up to 4.3 percentage points a year ago and recovering from a minimum record of 63 percent in 2016.

The lowest rate occurred After the local authorities fostered greater local consumption and transmitted more energy to other regions in the country's bustle east, according to GR ID power. During 10 months, Xinjiang sent 27 billion KWh of new energy electricity to other regions, which represent 53 percent of all the new energies generated.

Xinjiang is one of the main regions across the country in terms of new energy development.

Currently, Xinjiang's installed the new energy power generation capacity represents approximately one third of its total power generation capacity.

To reduce greenhouse gas emissions and approach air pollution, China has been working to use more power to reduce your heavy dependence on polluting coal . Enditem follow by China.org.cn on Twitter and Facebook to join the Tianjinjobs.com/view-blog/902" target="_BLANK">conversation. Download applications from ChinaNews

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