China's power sector continues to be in a league of its own; and announcements by China Premier, Li Keqianq, that a series of large-scale power sector construction projects will be launched to 'stabilise growth and improve energy security' suggest that the sector will be benefit from China targeted stimulus approach. That said, with BMI 's Country Risk analysts anticipating that the Chinese economy is likely to slow down in the coming decade will be much slower than in the last, as the savings rate declines, the economic liberalisation process slows, and population growth falls. As such a slowdown in power demand appears to be on the cards. Meanwhile, the country is trying to ease its reliance on coal, focusing on cleaner forms of power generation. However, we still expect coal-fired capacity to grow in real terms and dominate the energy mix to the end of our forecast period.