China’s National Energy Administration announced its Renewable Energy Development Plan on August 8, which would have the country produce 9.5 percent of its energy from clean sources, including wind, solar, biomass, hydropower, geothermal, ocean-sourced, and nuclear power, by 2015. The administration has set a target of deriving 15 percent of the country’s energy from non-fossil fuel sources by 2020. The new plans target power capacities for 2015 and 2020 as follows: grid-connected wind power at 100 GW for 2015 and 200 GW for 2020; grid-connected solar capacity at 21 GW by 2015 and 50 GW by 2020; biomass power capacity at 13 GW in 2015 and 30 GW by 2020; hydropower capacity at 260 GW by 2015; pumped hydropower storage capacity at 30 GW by 2015; geothermal, tidal, and other ocean power capacity at about 170 MW by 2015; and nuclear power capacity at about 40 GW by 2015.