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We're aiming to be carbon neutral by 2050.

For the sake of our collective future, we need to do as much as possible to limit our footprint on our environment. We must engineer our way into better solutions for product design, development and manufacture that reduces overall waste and emissions while still providing value in our services and products. 

This challenge is not optional.

China is ambitiously transitioning its energy mix to achieve net neutrality by 2050, marking a significant shift in its approach to sustainable development. The nation has been heavily investing in renewable energy sources, with substantial capital directed towards expanding wind and solar power capacities. These efforts are complemented by advancements in nuclear energy, aimed at reducing reliance on coal and other fossil fuels. China's commitment to green energy is evident in its strategic initiatives, such as the construction of vast solar farms and wind power projects, alongside the development of next-generation nuclear reactors. This comprehensive energy strategy not only addresses environmental concerns but also positions China as a global leader in renewable energy innovation and sustainability

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