As China's total energy characteristics are “rich coal, less oil, and gas” and rich in coal resources, the proven coal reserves in 2000 reached 114.5 billion tons. Due to its large reserves and relatively stable prices, coal will still dominate China's primary energy composition in the 50 years of this century. It can be seen that for a long period of time in the future,
Coal-fired industrial boilers will still be the leading products of industrial boilers in China. This is quite different from the current situation in foreign countries. For example, Japan's coal-fired industrial boilers account for only 1% of the total, the United States and Western European countries account for about 1% to 3% (a slight increase in coal-fired industrial boilers after the oil crisis), and Russia's coal-fired industrial boilers account for more than 40%. .