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Most of electricity power in China comes from coal and hydropower. Already, China must import nearly half of its oil. Concerns about power capacity shortages and air pollution are all adding urgency and pressure to switch to alternative technologies and renewable energy. Among renewable energy sources, wind power and solar photovoltaic power are playing key roles in China, and are the fastest-growing power generation technologies. So this paper focuses on them and analyzes the correspondingdoi:10.4236/jamp.2013.14008 fatcat:iadpz626jvayfkjazzstojwk5y