Business / Green Companies

China's automaker BYD presents green vision in US

[2011-01-11 11:16]

China's auto maker BYD Co Ltd presented its "Three Green Dreams" strategy on Monday at the 2011 North America International Auto Show (NAIAS).

GM poised for China growth, small cars

[2011-01-11 10:38]

General Motors is planning to build small battery electric vehicles in China within two years, and to increase overall production in China to meet local demand, executives said on Monday.

Sinovel Wind to raise up to $1.4b in Shanghai IPO

[2011-01-04 16:39]

Sinovel, China's top wind turbine producer, plans to raise up to $1.4 billion through an initial public offering in Shanghai, hoping to ride high on the back of strong demand for Chinese renewable energy stocks.

Vestas' Chinese orders hit high in 2010

[2010-12-30 09:56]

Danish wind turbine maker Vestas said its orders from China this year reached a record high as the country invests more heavily in clean energy, including wind power, Reuters reported Thursday.

Booming nuclear power industry boosts domestic firms

[2010-12-24 10:04]

Hydropresses, cranes, planers, drills and lathes hum in the workshops of China First Heavy Industries in northeast China. Outside, snow piles up and leafless trees shiver in the cold.

JA Solar to expand capacity in 2011: CEO

[2010-12-20 09:39]

JA Solar Holdings Co, a Chinese maker of solar cells and modules, plans to expand solar-cell production capacity by at least 30 percent next year, Bloomberg News reported Saturday, citing the company's chief executive officer Fang Peng.

ABB's Hogan eyes green revolution

[2010-11-26 07:57]

As the key member of International Business Leaders' Advisory Council for the Mayor of Shanghai, Joseph Hogan needs to have a deep understanding of both the Chinese market and Shanghai city.

VW: Tooling up for sustainability

[2010-11-15 07:54]

BEIJING - Volkswagen is determined to make electric cars at its local joint ventures and is preparing to start volume production in 2013 or 2014, said a senior management of its China operation.

Assured sources, shipping for stable coal supply

[2010-11-13 11:15]

With power generation as its core business, Guangdong Yudean Group has extended its supply chain by diversifying into coal mining, shipping, liquefied natural gas transport, equipment manufacturing and ports.

Power company Yudean goes increasingly green

[2010-11-13 11:10]

As the nation increasingly promotes a low-carbon economy, power generator Guangdong Yudean Group Co Ltd is expanding its involvement in nuclear energy.

PV cells will be common for Chinese families in 3 to 5 years

[2010-11-12 15:48]

Jiangsu Zhongneng Polysilicon Technology Development Co Ltd, China's top polysilicon producer, said it has reduced the cost of polysilicon, the main raw material for wafers used in solar and electronics industries, to almost one-quarter of the world's average price.

Guangzhou company goes global with lithium cell production line

[2010-11-12 10:19]

Guangzhou CLG Electric Equipment Co Ltd signed an agreement with counterparts in Japan and Canada to combine foreign technical expertise with its own R&D and human resources experience to become a leading supplier of battery production equipment.

Great Power wins with innovative tech

[2010-11-12 10:18]

Guangzhou's Great Power Battery Co Ltd won a gold prize at the 19th National Invention Exhibition in Xi'an, capital of Shaanxi province, in early September.

Going 'e' - first check the battery

[2010-11-12 10:16]

As China gets to work on a low-carbon economy and the use of new energy vehicles, a Guangdong province company sees nothing but promising development prospects.

State Grid sees big role for clean tech

[2010-11-03 10:42]

State Grid Corp of China said clean energy, including hydro, nuclear, wind and solar, is expected to account for 29.2 percent of total installed capacity in the area by the end of 2015.

Suntech brightens job outlook

[2010-11-03 07:48]

BEIJING - Suntech Power Holdings, China's largest solar panel maker, plans to create more than 1,000 jobs in the United States over the next few years, a further indication of Chinese new-energy companies' growing global presence.

Alibaba builds B2C platform

[2010-11-02 09:46]

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding plans to invest 200 million yuan ($29.93 million) to build its Taobao Mall brand as part of efforts to fend off competition from rivals.

Student ideas take flight in Airbus 'green' initiative

[2010-11-02 07:47]

On Oct 26 more than 100 university students from Beijing, Tianjin, Xi'an, Harbin and Nanjing attended the Airbus Fly Your Ideas (FYI) Challenge in Beijing, part of a worldwide competition for students to develop new ideas for a greener aviation industry.

Airbus launches green initiative

[2010-11-01 07:30]

Global aircraft manufacturer Airbus SAS offered a glimpse into the future when it unveiled its new aircraft, hailed as an engineers' dream, at the Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) in the United Kingdom in July this year.

Yingli sees bright prospects

[2010-10-21 10:28]

Chinese solar company Yingli Green Energy Holding is still bullish about the US solar market and expects a 50 percent increase in solar cell shipments to the country next year, despite recent trade disputes, the company's chairman said on Wednesday.