China's renewable energy strategy up to 2050 envisions renewable energy making up one-third of its energy consumption by then, the China Daily has reported. Coal-dependent China, the world's biggest greenhouse gas emitter, said it would cut the amount of carbon dioxide produced for each yuan of national income by 40-45% by 2020, compared to 2005 levels. Depending on economic growth projections, total emissions will still rise. By 2020, renewable energy should account for 15% of national primary energy consumption, supplying the equivalent of 600 million tonnes of coal, the China Daily said. By 2030, renewable energy's share should rise to 20% of the national energy mix, displacing one billion tonnes of coal, and by 2050, it would supply one-third of China's energy, displacing two billion tonnes of coal, the paper said. China's installed wind power capacity is now 12.17 million kilowatts, up from 350,000 kw in 2000, and large-scale solar energy facilities are planned, the paper said. China is focusing on non-grain bioethanol and biodiesel, to avoid diverting grains from food and feed supply.