China aims for non-fossil energy consumption to exceed 80% of its total mix by 2060, when the world’s second-largest economy plans to be carbon neutral, according to guidelines published by the official Xinhua news agency.

The measures are part of China’s larger plan to peak carbon emissions and reach net zero by 2060, Xinhua said on Sunday. He reiterated the government’s climate goals for 2025 and 2030 and promised to accelerate a decline in China’s coal use.

The international community looks to China to make an updated commitment under the Paris Agreement as world leaders prepare for a United Nations climate summit that begins Oct. 31 in Glasgow, Scotland. As the world’s biggest polluter, China can do more than any other nation right now to contain rising global temperatures.

Xie Zhenhua, China’s top negotiator, said in July that the country will publish a plan, called “1+N,” that will answer questions about the country’s official roadmap for reaching its climate goals. According to Xie, “N” refers to policies aimed at all sectors and regions. Xinhua said the document on Sunday was part “1” of the plan.

The report said China would “steadily constrain the blind development” of projects with high energy consumption and emissions. The government will release capacity control policies for the coal, petrochemical and coal chemical industries, Xinhua said, without giving a timeline or further details. The country plans to reach a “plateau” of oil consumption between 2026 and 2030.

China will also accelerate the development of industries, including state-of-the-art materials and clean energy vehicles, in line with the guidelines. Investment in energy from coal, steel, electrolytic aluminum, cement and petrochemicals will be strictly controlled.