China is starting to build its largest offshore wind-power facility in the latest move in an accelerating shift in Asia away from solar to wind and other renewable energy sources.
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China’s energy giant has partnered with a leading engine producer to jointly develop hydrogen trucks.
The Commercial section of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Beijing/Innovation Norway China’s Beijing office is looking for a new intern to start in November 2018.
Norwegian King Harald V and Queen Sonja paid a state visit to China from Oct 11 to 20 at the invitation of President Xi Jinping. It was the King and Queen’s first visit to China since China and Norway normalized their diplomatic ties in April last year. It is also their fourth visit to the […]
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2018 International Exchange for Green Production and Consumption and the 2nd Hydrogen Week Series Events
During November 2-8, 2018, the 2018 International Exchange for Green Production and Consumption and the 2nd Hydrogen Week Series Events will be held in Nanhai District, Foshan City, Guangdong Province.
At an aluminium smelter in Karmoy, south-west Norway, the producer Norsk Hydro and the government are spending nearly half a billion euros to test-run electrolysis technology that it hopes will reduce its energy needs by 15 per cent. It does not sound like much. Yet in a sector that spends up to 45 per […]
Norwegian power firm Statkraft plans to invest USD 1.2 billion a year in renewable energy from 2019 to 2025. In addition to upgrades of Nordic hydropower facilities, the state-owned company plans to reach a capacity of 6,000 megawatts (MW) in onshore wind and 2,000 MW in solar power by 2025. It said that “Statkraft also […]