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The U.S.-China Renewable Energy Partnership

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The U.S.-China Renewable Energy Partnership "will chart a pathway to wide-scale deployment of wind, solar, advanced bio-fuels, and a modern electric power grid in both countries and cooperate in designing and implementing the policy and technical tools necessary to make that vision possible. Given the combined market size of the two countries, accelerated deployment of renewable energy in The United States and China can significantly reduce the cost of these technologies globally."[1]

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  1. "U.S.-China Joint Statement Beijing, China", The White House Office of the Press Secretary, November 17, 2009.

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