Analysis of Current Situation and Prospect of Wind Power Energy Cooperation Between China and Jordan Under “One Belt and One Road” Initiative

Yushan ZHAO, Xiaojing REN

Abstract


The “One Belt and One Road” initiative is a great measure to promote the economic development of countries along the line the “B&R” and realizes common economic prosperity. With the continuous development of global economy, the demand for energy is increasing. The excessive use of traditional fossil fuels has led to environmental degradation. Therefore, it has become a consensus to develop green energy cooperation between countries. Different from traditional fossil energy, wind energy is one of the most available clean energy sources, which does not produce pollution and is cheap and easy to obtain. Thus, it is an ideal clean energy. This paper uses literature and survey methods to analyze and research the development situation of wind power energy resources in Jordan and the development of wind power technology in China. Through the analysis of data and examples, this paper aims to put forward suggestions and prospects for the cooperation between China and Jordan and provides references for other countries.


Keywords


One Belt and One Road; Wind power energy; Cooperation; China; Jordan

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11099

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