Business / Green Companies

Sandvik still sees opportunities in nuclear power

[2011-05-20 11:08]

The international engineering group Sandvik AB still sees the development of nuclear power as one of its important business opportunities in China, according to the company's president and chief executive officer.

SPDB, ADB in partnership to reduce emissions

[2011-05-17 07:51]

Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Co Ltd on Monday launched a program in partnership with Asian Development Bank (ADB) to provide 300 million yuan in credits to support financing of energy-efficient buildings in China.

CGNPG uranium arm develops new mines

[2011-05-14 09:04]

The uranium subsidiary of China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group (CGNPG) said it is developing two large mines in China's Guangdong province and the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Boeing's new plant meets green standards

[2011-05-12 17:39]

Boeing's recently expanded factory in Tianjin has been recognized for meeting environmentally-friendly standards set by two internationally-known organizations, said the general manager of Boeing Tianjin Composites.

VW to launch electric car

[2011-05-12 13:11]

The German carmaker, Volkswagen AG, will launch electric cars in China under its new 'Kaili 'brand in conjunction with FAW Group, as it joins other foreign players in the race to develop the fledgling sector.

ABB benefits from green policy

[2011-05-12 09:59]

ABB Group is to invest $100 million in China this year as it sees abundant opportunities arising from the government's policy to increase energy efficiency in its 12th Five-Year Plan.

IBC Solar opens Beijing office

[2011-04-12 10:50]

The German photovoltaics specialist IBC Solar, the world's biggest solutions provider for solar-generated power by sales revenue and turnover, made its entry in the Chinese market by officially establishing an office in Beijing on Monday.

Suntech and Peak Int'l win UN contract

[2011-04-06 13:41]

Suntech Power Holdings Co Ltd and Peak International Trade (Tianjin) Co Ltd, have won a $81 million contract to provide portable solar power systems to UN peacekeeping missions.

Guangdong Nuclear may cut bid for Kalahari

[2011-03-24 10:59]

State-owned China Guangdong Nuclear Power (CGNPC) may cut its proposed 756 million pound ($1.2 billion) offer for uranium miner Kalahari Minerals in light of Japan's nuclear crisis, a CGNPC official said on Wednesday.

The future's looking bright for Suntech

[2011-03-17 09:47]

Suntech Power Holdings Co Ltd, based in Wuxi, Jaingsu province, one of the world's largest makers of solar panels, has its US headquarters in San Francisco in the state where most customers of the renewable-energy industry are based.

CNPC unit to buy 20% of Aussie LNG Ltd

[2011-01-28 09:52]

Huanqiu, a unit of China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC), has agreed to purchase a 19.9 percent stake in Australia's Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd, CNPC said Thursday.

Elion Resources to turn sandy land green

[2011-01-25 17:32]

Elion Resources has signed an agreement to partner with Tongliao of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region in developing an ecological economy in the Kerqin region. The signing ceremony was held on Tuesday in Beijing.

Datang poised for solar

[2011-01-25 16:26]

China Datang Corp is poised to win China's first solar photo-thermal power plant project because the company offered a lower-than-expected price in its bid for the project, China Business News reported on Tuesday, citing an unnamed source.

Foreign markets boost CNEEC

[2011-01-25 13:58]

China National Electric Engineering Co Ltd (CNEEC) says it secured most of its 2010 revenue from overseas power station projects, representing the Chinese contractor's capacity in the international Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) market.

CNNC, Exelon agree on nuclear service cooperation

[2011-01-24 15:28]

Chinese nuclear power developer China National Nuclear Corp (CNNC) and US-based Exelon Corp signed an MOU last week, marking the first step for the top US nuclear power operator to provide nuclear power service in China.

Sun shining brightly on green industry

[2011-01-20 17:01]

China is on track to play a leading role in the green sector, as more Chinese companies in the sector are investing in the United States and creating jobs.

Uranium shortage likely to end in 10 years

[2011-01-18 11:17]

It will take at least a decade for China to start the large-scale industrial application of spent fuel reprocessing technology, which may be the solution to the supply shortage, the China National Nuclear Corp (CNNC) said on Monday.

China's CSGC aims high on new energy development

[2011-01-17 10:37]

The China South Industries Group Corporation (CSGC), the nation's leading military industrial company, said on Saturday that it would make more efforts focused on new energy development during the next 5 years.

Sinovel Wind shares fall 9.6% on debut

[2011-01-14 14:24]

Sinovel Wind Group Co, China's biggest maker of wind turbines, fell on its first day of trading in Shanghai as rising competition for clean-energy products fueled concern the company's shares may be overvalued.

Chinese company lights up prospects of Midwest city

[2011-01-14 14:09]

Wanxiang New Energy - set up by Wanxiang America, a Chicago-based Chinese company - is so far the only solar panel manufacturing plant in the Midwest. By 2015, the plant is expected to employ more than 200 workers.