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Future conflicts of water demands and availability in China’s power sector

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Electricity use is indispensable for almost every aspect of modern human society, from agricultural and industrial production to household consumption. It is increasingly recognized that, besides hydropower, water resources are also required for thermoelectric power production that provides the majority of the world’s electricity use. Therefore, water security can have serious impacts on electricity security. Electric power curtailments caused by water-related issues have been reported all...

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University of Oxford

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University of Oxford
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MIT
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