China is ramping up quickly, but in Gurk's defense, it could very likely still be true that their fossil fuel usage will NOT actually decrease for quite some time. Baseload generation in China is still leaning heavy on them, because renewables make terrible baseload plants until grid-attached storage becomes feasible (not there yet). Germany, a country with more installed solar than almost any other country, I think up through 2019 they were actually #1, damn near ran out of power last month because they've cut back on baseload plants that were using coal and gas and January 2021 was cold, dark, and still. (almost no solar or wind production)
Renewables are fine, you just have to be careful relying on them too heavily as baseload generation until grid attached storage systems (batteries, pumped hydro, etc) are mature.