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  • 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.


  • New energy, high-end equipment manufacturing and outstanding SMEs popular investment areas in 2022: industry insiders

    China A-share market is looking positive next year, with new energy, high-end equipment manufacturing and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) expected to be areas with major investment potential, according to a recent survey taken by 109 industry insiders in assets management.


  • China's passenger car sales down, but new-energy sector thrives

    China's passenger car production declined 4.1 percent year on year in October while sales fell 13.9 percent from a year earlier, data from an industry association showed Monday.


  • Sales of new-energy passenger vehicles surge in China

    China saw sales of new-energy passenger vehicles soar in February, industry data showed.


  • China's PV industry maintains growth momentum

    China's photovoltaic (PV) industry has bucked the trend under the influence of the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020, realizing a total of 48.2 gigawatts (GW) of newly installed capacity, up 60 percent year on year, and making the cumulative capacity to 253 GW, reported People's Daily Wednesday.


  • More new energy powers China's coal-rich Shanxi

    China's leading coal-producing region of Shanxi has stepped up the development of new energy over the past five years in a bid to reduce its heavy reliance on coal.


  • GCLSI to expand presence in new energy sector with aid of favorable policies

    GCL System Integration (GCLSI) will further expand its presence in the new energy industry as the Chinese authorities have rolled out a series of favorable policies for development of the industry.


  • China's four industries eye new opportunities in 2021 on fresh impetus

    Industry insiders predicted that four industries including semiconductor, automobile, new energy and environmental protection will get fresh impetus and maintain high prosperity in 2021.


  • Xinjiang sees 9.5 pct growth in new energy power generation

    Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has posted nearly double-digit growth in power generation from new energy in the first 10 months of this year amid efforts to improve its energy mix and fight pollution.


  • Sinochem International, BMW to deepen cooperation in new energy field

    Sinochem International Corporation (600500.SH) will further cooperate with BMW Group in the new energy field, the Xinhua-run Shanghai Securities News reported on Monday.


  • Chinese, Bangladesh companies sign MoU on jointly building new energy projects

    China National Machinery Imp. & Exp. Corp. (CMC) of recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for building new energy projects with Bangladesh company North-West Power Generation Co., Ltd. (NWPGCL) in the country’s capital Dhaka.


  • French automaker Renault, Jiangling Group co-build joint venture for NEVs

    Chinese automaker Jiangling Motors Corp. and Renault announced the establishment of a joint venture on Wednesday to further promote their strategic layout in China's new energy vehicle (NEV) market.


  • Sichuan, California co-build smart town to develop clean energy, high tech

    Southwest China's Sichuan Province and California jointly launched a smart town project on Tuesday to accommodate enterprises on new energy, the new generation of IT, as well as high-end equipment manufacturing.


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