China's Shandong plans to build enough solar farms off its eastern seaboard. The feat of engineering at sea is just another example of China maximizing its geographical resources to effect a green energy transition and power its population centers on the coast. It's also planning wind and solar in a series of massive projects, as it ramps up clean energy to meet growing power demand and eventually get to net-zero carbon emissions.
——China's Shandong to Build Massive Solar Farms Out to Sea,Bloomberg News
With the implementation of the "carbon peak" and "carbon neutral" policies, green has become a distinctive background for China's high-quality development. Driven by independent innovation, China's sustainable economic and social development has contributed "Chinese experience" to the world.