Latest Energy policy of China Stories

2012-07-26 12:20:01

London / Shanghai, July 26, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - The leadership of datacenter and cloud businesses in China will meet in Shanghai 1-2 November 2012, in a new international forum researched and produced by consulting firm BroadGroup (www.datacentreschina.com).Growth in datacenters has been fastpaced in China. Research by BroadGroup, suggests that the deployment of large scale cloud computing centers, disaster recovery and backup requirements and outsourcing will boost demand for reliable...

2011-04-27 23:57:49

New Berkeley Lab study forecasts peak in energy use in China within 20 years. As China's economy continues to soar, its energy use and greenhouse gas emissions will keep on soaring as well"”or so goes the conventional wisdom. A new analysis by researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) now is challenging that notion, one widely held in both the United States and China. Well before mid-century, according to a new study by Berkeley Lab's China Energy Group, that...

2011-03-06 08:55:00

China's premier on Saturday pledged that his country, the world's leading producer of greenhouse gases, would work harder to save energy and clean up its atmosphere as it overhauls the economy over the next five years."We will effectively conserve resources and protect the environment. We will respond actively to climate change," Premier Wen Jiabao said in a speech opening the annual session of China's parliament, or National People's Congress.China will seek to cut back carbon emission per...

2011-02-25 07:00:00

BEIJING, Feb. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A study by Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) found that through 2009, China was on track to meet the 20% energy intensity reduction target in the 11th Five Year Plan, reversing the trend of increasing energy intensity from 2002 to 2005. Carbon intensity fell as a result of decreasing energy intensity, demonstrating the importance of energy efficiency in the transition to a low-carbon economy; with additional carbon-specific policies, China could...

2010-01-01 14:23:46

A government official said China will become the world's third-largest producer of electricity from wind by the end of the year as it taps more renewable sources of energy and reduces the use of polluting coal. Shi Lishan, deputy director of new energy at the National Energy Administration, says the country's windpower capacity will reach 20,000 megawatts this year. In 2004, the capacity was 764 megawatts. The world's largest polluting nation burns coal to produce about 80 percent of its...

2009-09-11 08:50:00

Study suggests that wind is ecologically and economically practical and could reduce CO2 emissions A team of environmental scientists from Harvard and Tsinghua University demonstrated the enormous potential for wind-generated electricity in China. Using extensive metrological data and incorporating the Chinese government's energy bidding and financial restrictions for delivering wind power, the researchers estimate that wind alone has the potential to meet the country's electricity demands...

2009-07-16 05:55:00

NEW YORK, July 16 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- SmartHeat Inc. (Nasdaq: HEAT) (website: www.smartheatinc.com), a market leader in China's clean technology, energy savings industry announces today that SmartHeat has signed $3 million in energy savings equipment sales contracts with a subsidiary of PetroChina, the largest oil company in China as well as several Chinese municipalities. James Jun Wang, CEO of SmartHeat, commented: "Our recently announced asset acquisition of one of China's largest...

2008-10-20 15:00:23

Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report related to the Metal man industry is available in its catalogue. China Non-Ferrous Metal Industry Report, 2008 http://www.reportlinker.com/p095618/China-Non-Ferrous-Metal-Industry-Report-2008.html At present, China's non-ferrous metal industry has a momentum of a slowdown growth after years of rapid growth. The reasons for the slower growth in the industry are as follows. Firstly, China's non-ferrous metal production and...

2008-09-25 03:00:27

By Ding, Ding Dai, Dongbao; Zhao, Ming Key words: Low-carbon economy, climate change, carbon emissions, development strategies, China SUMMARY Under the pressures of climate change, many countries are trying to adapt to a low-carbon economy. In this paper, we review the development pattern of the low-carbon economy of major countries and its impact on the world economy. We then argue that economic development and abatement of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in China should be balanced. The...

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