摘要：Expanding renewable capacity, especially wind power, is a central strategy to achieve China’s climate goals. Despite greater capacity for wind installation in China compared to the US, less wind electricity is generated in China. The talk will focus on tackling such a complicated issue. It will begin with a brief review on the policy and history for development of wind power in China and then address particularly its economically feasible potential of wind power. In this context, a new approach is proposed to quantify the relative importance of the key factors accounting for the unsatisfactory performance of Chinese wind farms.