Business / Energy

Jiangxi Bijia Mountain Wind Farm connects to grid

[2013-04-08 17:18]

Bijia Mountain Wind Farm, the fifth wind farm in the Poyang Lake area in East China's Jiangxi province, has connected to the grid and begun to generate power.

CEO optimistic about solar-power outlook

[2013-03-12 05:41]

China's troubled solar-panel manufacturing industry should see light at the end of the tunnel as early as this year, the CEO of a major panel manufacturer said.

China urges EU to properly handle solar panel friction

[2013-03-08 14:40]

Chinese Commerce Minister Chen Deming Friday urged politicians and entrepreneurs of the European Union to properly handle the solar panel friction with China to avoid greater losses for both sides.

Shanxi aims for transformation

[2013-03-08 10:48]

Shanxi province, China's energy base, aims to transform its traditional coal industry amid mounting pressure from environmental protection and ecological restoration, top officials said on Thursday.

Official denies launch of hydropower projects on Nujiang River

[2013-03-08 09:28]

Communist Party of China (CPC) chief of southwest China's Yunnan province Qin Guangrong said Thursday that no hydropower development projects have been launched on the Nujiang River, denying speculation that the river may be dammed.

Foreign nuclear deals 'on way'

[2013-03-08 08:52]

Officials behind China's self-developed nuclear reactor, known as the CAP1400, expect to sign its first overseas orders for the technology this year.

Suntech's fate dims amid conflict

[2013-03-07 09:59]

The fate of the world's leading maker of solar panels has become more in doubt, as its recently ousted chairman said the board has no plan for refinancing.

China completes wind power transmission project

[2012-11-07 09:45]

An expansion project for a power converter station that will allow power to be transmitted from Northeast China to North China has been completed.

Uranium imports to stay on track

[2012-11-06 09:51]

"In the coming years, China's demand for the radioactive ore will surge with the booming development of nuclear power," said a researcher.

Producers protest US trade duties on solar cells from China

[2012-11-08 17:31]

Chinese producers on Thursday protested the United States' latest decision to slash trade duties on solar energy products from China.

US to levy steep duties on solar products from China

[2012-11-08 09:12]

The US International Trade Commission decided Wednesday that the US solar industry was materially injured by Chinese imports.

China takes EU solar dispute to WTO

[2012-11-06 09:43]

China said on Monday that it has made a complaint to the World Trade Organization against photovoltaic subsidies in the European Union.

Investigation targets EU polysilicon

[2012-11-02 09:13]

China announced on Thursday that it will begin an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation into European imports of solar-grade polysilicon.

Energy efficiency boosts China's green shift

[2012-10-31 11:47]

Higher energy-efficiency standards, rational prices on carbon and deep investments in urban energy infrastructure could quicken China's transition to a green economy.

Ray of hope for China's troubled solar industry

[2012-10-29 14:14]

The possible establishment of new business partnerships amid supportive government initiatives may raise the solar industry's chances for recovery.

China's clean-energy-generated power usage rises

[2012-10-24 16:35]

China consumed 715.7 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity generated by clean energy sources in the first nine months of 2012, up 22.5 percent year-on-year.

Photovoltaics overcapacity 'to be solved'

[2012-10-18 14:14]

China's photovoltaic industry, which is suffering from European and US trade protectionism and domestic overcapacity, is expected to reach a turning point.

China condemns US solar ruling

[2012-10-12 09:13]

The Ministry of Commerce on Thursday condemned a US decision to slap duties on billions of dollars worth of Chinese solar energy products.

US solar ruling 'impedes new energy development'

[2012-10-11 14:29]

US anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties on China's crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells "signals protectionism" and hinders new energy development.

US upholds high tariffs on solar panel imports

[2012-10-11 14:24]

The US Commerce Department has affirmed steep tariffs ranging from 18.32 percent to 249.96 percent on Chinese solar panel imports.

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