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China-UK agreement could inspire demand for renewable energy courses

A new agreement signed by the UK and China could strengthen demand for renewable energy courses in both countries.

The two nations will work together to develop and promote low-carbon growth, with energy and climate change minister in the UK Chris Huhne claiming the deal could lead to increased prosperity.

In his view, the co-operative efforts of the UK and China should allow the countries to protect the environment and maintain their power security, while a potential offshoot of the arrangement could be more interest in renewable energy courses.

Mr Huhne said: "Today's agreement demonstrates that the UK and China want to accelerate this shift to low carbon and are committed to greater collaboration on energy markets and low carbon technology."

Last month, climate change minister Greg Barker revealed the government is carrying out a formal consultation on how to encourage growth in the micro-generation industry, with technology and quality standards just some of the areas to be explored.

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