China daily claims on the April 22nd, 2019, that China’s offshore wind energy sector is expected to boom this year onward on the back of a maturing onshore segment, and the country’s accent on growth via high-quality manufacturing and consumption upgrade.
At the current stage, China is poised to overtake Germany and the UK as the world’s largest offshore wind power producer by 2022, but it needs foreign know-how to cut costs and boost competitiveness, according to the head of Global Wind Energy Council.
The MOU Signing Ceremony between Innovation Norway and China Wind Energy Association (hereafter as the CWEA) and the High-Level Reception of the Chinese-Norwegian Wind Industry were held at the ambassador’s residence in the Royal Norwegian Embassy on March 19th, 2019.
Xinhua News has reported on the 26th of Feb that the initiative to use clean energy for winter heating in northern China has been pushed forward in an active yet prudent manner, a government minister said Tuesday.
The China Association for the Environmental Protection Industry (CAEPI) is a voluntary, national, industry specific and non-profit social organization founded by domestically registered scientific and professional personnel working in the fields of environmental R&D, manufacturing, circulation and services.
According to the report of Global Times on the 13th of February, China has established the world’s largest clean coal power generation system, setting a new milestone in cutting emissions and saving energy.
Xinhua News has reported on the 31st Aug, 2018, that China’s top legislature on Friday has passed a law on soil pollution prevention and control, as the country has escalated its fight against pollution.
Xinhua News has reported that clean energy powers the economy of northwest China’s Qinghai Province as China seeks to reduce coal consumption to improve its energy mix.