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  • Installed capacity of new energy in southern China grow rapidly

    The installed capacity of new energy in provinces of Guangdong, Yunnan, Guizhou, Hainan, and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region totaled 145 million kilowatts, surpassing coal-fired power for the first time, China Southern Power Grid said Thursday.


  • GLOBALink | German business leaders seek cooperation with China's Wuhan in new energy

    Business leaders from a German delegation have pinned high hopes on cooperation with China's Wuhan City in new energy after their visit to Wuhan Iron and Steel (Group) Company.


  • Installed capacity of new energy surges in NW China's Ningxia

    The installed capacity of new energy in northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region is currently more than 36 million kilowatts, accounting for over 54 percent of the region's total installed capacity, said local electricity authorities.


  • Chinese investment powers Zimbabwe's new energy growth, says Zimbabwean official

    China's expertise in new energy technology and its companies' investments in Zimbabwe are boosting Zimbabwe's drive to be a major player in the global green shift, said a Zimbabwean minister.


  • China's Inner Mongolia speeds up installing new energy capacity

    The installed new energy capacity in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region is expected to exceed 90 GW by the end of this year, accounting for 44 percent of its total installed power-generating capacity, the region's energy bureau said at a press conference on Tuesday.


  • Green industry emerges in east China-located small county

    Qingyun County in east China's Shandong is going through a period of fast development of green industrial chain with nearly 30 lithium battery-related projects involving five billion yuan of investment settling in the small county since March 2022.


  • Feature: Bangladesh embraces wind energy with Chinese solutions

    Khurushkul, once a small village in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar district, some 400 km southeast of the capital Dhaka, boasts Bangladesh's first wind power plant built by a Chinese company.


  • Green development and new energy draw much attention during Boao Forum

    The Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) holds its annual conference from March 28 to 31 in Boao, a coastal town in China's southernmost province of Hainan. Green development and new energy drew much attention during the conference.


  • China, N. Ireland to boost cooperation on new energy

    Officials and experts from China and Northern Ireland on Tuesday expressed their desire to boost cooperation on new energy innovation, amid such challenges as climate change and biodiversity loss.


  • Xinjiang's installed new-energy power generation capacity tops 40 mln kW

    Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has seen its energy mix constantly improving, with its installed capacity of new-energy power generation topping 40 million kilowatts for the first time in January 2023.


  • E. China's Changzhou ranks 5th in 2022 Hurun China New Energy Intensity City list

    The city of Changzhou, in east China's Jiangsu Province, ranked the fifth in the 2022 Hurun China New Energy Intensity City list, which was released during the 2022 World Industrial and Energy Internet Expo held in the city from Nov. 11 to Nov. 13.


  • China's NewLink joins hands with Chevron to explore new energy market

    China's energy digitalization firm NewLink on Aug. 28 signed a cooperation memorandum with global energy giant Chevron to jointly explore potentials for partnership in the Chinese new energy market, reported Shanghai Securities News.


  • China's new energy sector moves into high gear amid pursuit for carbon goals

    As construction of large-scale wind and photovoltaic power bases accelerates, China's new energy sector is expected to have greater growth potential this year amid efforts to achieve "dual carbon" goals.


  • Chinese new energy service provider NaaS goes public on Nasdaq

    NaaS Technology Inc. (NaaS), a Chinese company engaging in new energy services, went public on the Nasdaq with the stock code of "NAAS" on June 11, reported China Securities Journal.


  • China's new energy storage market scale expected to be doubled

    China expects its new energy storage market to double in scale with policy supports, reported Economic Information Daily on Wednesday.


  • Chinese company to work with Australian gold mining firm, explore lithium resource

    Shandong Yulong Gold Co., Ltd. (Yulong, 601028.SH) recently announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Yuxin Holdings Pty Limited plans to sign a cooperation agreement with the Australia's Barto Gold Mining Pty Ltd to jointly conduct risk exploration for potential lithium ore resources, reported Shanghai Securities News on Tuesday.


  • ​Chinese company GEM signs MoC to boost new energy development in Hungary

    GEM Co., Ltd. (002340.SZ), a Chinese company focusing on the recycling of waste resources, announced that it has recently signed a memorandum of cooperation (MoC) with the Consulate General of Hungary in Shanghai on the production of high nickel precursors for new energy vehicles and the recycling of scrapped power batteries in Hungary, reported Shanghai Securities News Tuesday.


  • China's major coal-producing region embraces new energy

    North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, a major coal production hub, has set a target to see the amount of new energy power generation surpass that of thermal power generation in 2030.


  • China's major shale gas field adds 19 new wells

    The Fuling shale gas field in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality has put 19 new wells into operation this year, increasing the daily gas output by 1.06 million cubic meters, said its developer Sinopec, China's largest oil refiner.


  • New energy power generation tops 40 bln kWh in China's Gansu

    The new energy power generation output in northwest China's Gansu Province has exceeded 40 billion kilowatt-hours this year, the first time in its history, according to the State Grid Gansu Electric Power Company.


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