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.
According to the IEA Newsroom, an Abridged Chinese Version of Energy Efficiency 2018 is to present a selection of information first published in IEA’s Energy Efficiency 2018 report.
Accroding to the recent report of China Daily Europe, China FAW Group’s premium brand Hongqi is the country’s first and oldest luxury marque, with its first model in 1958 hailed as the start of China’s car industry.
World’s leadering wind energy giant Equinor has made the official announcement that the firm has submitted a winning bid of USD 135 million for lease OCS-A 0520, during the online offshore wind auction concluded today by the US Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.
On Jan 4, Xinhua News reported that 400 new-model electric Taxis were officially put into operation in the city of Xining in the Great West of China. These new cars were to replace the same amount of conventional automobiles that had been recently honorably retired by Chengtong, the city’s largest taxi operator.
Chinaenvironment.com recently reported that the citizenship of Wenzhou (Zhejiang province) is to benefit from the establishment of Asia’s biggest, integrated, fully enclosed and semi-submersible used water treatment system. The announcement was made by provincial officials in a meeting concerning the construction of water-related infrastructure on the 21st of November.
In November 2017, China just launched its first all-electric cargo ship, which will travel 50 miles at a top speed of 8 miles per hour on a single charge. Though it will be able to carry 2,200 tons of cargo with every haul, that battery capacity is barely enough to fulfil any transatlantic shipments. It […]
Innovation Norway China’s Norwegian Energy and Environment Consortium(NEEC) is co-organizing a Chinese water and waste delegation visit to Norway together with The Royal Norwegian Consulate General in Guangzhou, this delegation include directors from Guangdong provincial environmental protection industrial association and CEOs and experts from 8 environmental related companies and university.
Recently, the National Development and Reform Commission and the National Energy Board issued “Energy Technology Revolution Innovation Action Plan (2016- 2030)” (hereinafter referred to as the “Action Plan”). At the same time, they also issued “Energy Technology Revolution Key Innovation Action Roadmap” (hereinafter the “Roadmap”).