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During the 13th Five-Year Plan period, a number of key energy projects have gone into operation, including Changjiang Nuclear Power Station Phase I, Wenchang Gas-fired Power Plant, Qiongzhong Pumped Storage Power Plant and Interconnection Project II between China Southern Main Grid and Hainan Power Grid. These projects have further optimized the energy mix，“revamped” the grid, and addressed the long-standing issue of insufficient power supply on the island. In 2020, Hainan’s energy consumption totaled 22.71 million tons of coal equivalent, among which clean energy accounted for around 37%, up by 11 percentage points over 2015. Installed capacity of clean energy reached about 6.62 million kilowatts, or 67% of the provincial total, up by 23 percentage points over 2015. Power generation by clean energy hit 16.5 billion kwh, or 52.9%, accounting for over half of the total power under unified scheduling.
Following the central government’s strategy of “emission peak and carbon neutrality” and the provincial government’s plan of building a clean energy island, Hainan will significantly improve its energy mix by 2025, with installed capacity of clean energy accounting for over 80% of the total; by 2035, a clean, low-carbon, safe and efficient energy system will be better established and Hainan Clean Energy Island will basically take shape.
In 2019, Hainan was the first province in China to announce the plan of banning the sale of petrol-fueled cars by 2030. As of the end of 2020, there were over 64,000 electric vehicles (EVs) across the province, or 4.3% of the total car ownership, some 2.4 percentage points higher than the national average. A total of 916 charging stations have been built, with 26,402 charging poles/chargers in place. The EV to charger ratio of 2.4:1 stood above the national average at.