Pathway to a low-carbon future One of cities hosting China’s Winter Olympic Games in 2022 has turned to renewables to reduce future emissions and […]
1. Energy consumption In 2019, China’s total primary energy consumption was 3400 mtoe, a year-onyear increase of 3.3%. Energy consumption mix continues to improve, with non- fossil fuel consumption accounted for 15.2% of total consumption, up 4.9 percent point from 2015.
Political Risk Index: Fitch Solution forecasts China’s short-term and long-term political risk scores as 80.2 and 66.4. In the short-term, significant advantages show in terms of policy continuity and the policy-making process. Long-term disadvantages might reflect in the inherent nature of unelected governments, which often struggle to evolve with societal demands. Economic Risk Index: […]
Industry Forecast (Renewables Report China Renewables Projects Database – China – Q4 2019) Project Name Project Type Capacity (MW) Renewables Companies Dynamic Tidal Power (DTP) Facility Tidal/wave 15,000.00 Delft University of Technology – Consultant/Project Management – Netherlands DNV GL-Consultant/Project Management – Norway Wageningen Marine Research – Consultant/Project Management – Netherlands Antea Group – Consultant/Project Management – Netherlands Strukton – Consultant/Project Management – Netherlands […]
Recently, the IEA has released an overview centering on China’s market prospect in year 2019. Enlightening as it might prove to be, the overview makes clear its introductory nature and implied lack of depth and industry-specific details at the outset.
DNV GL publishes Energy Transition Outlook to 2050 ——The World’s Energy Demand Will Peak in 2035 Prompting a Reshaping of Energy Investment
According to DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook, global spending on energy, as proportion of economic output, is set to slow sharply because the world’s energy demand will decline from 2035 onwards. The historically significant change in our energy needs is largely down to rapid electrification and its inherent efficiency. The decarbonization of the energy mix […]
Highlights of the REN21 Renewables 2018 Global Status Report in perspective. This document presents the overarching trends and development from 2018 so that policymakers and others can more easily understand the significance of the latest renewable energy development. It outlines what is happening to drive the energy transition and details why it is not happening […]
Renewables 2018 Global Status Report GSR reveals two realities: one in which a revolution in the power sector is driving rapid change towards a renewable energy future; another in which the overall transition is not advancing with the speed needed. Click here to […]