China opens bids for first nuclear-powered icebreaker

China National Nuclear Corporation on June 21st said bids are welcome from domestic yards to build the country’s first nuclear-powered icebreaker, newspaper Global Times reports.

China Three Gorges sounds out interest in EDP's U.S. assets: sources

China Three Gorges has held talks with European utilities to gauge their interest in buying EDP’s U.S. renewables business, as it looks to smooth the path for its planned takeover of the Portuguese company, three sources familiar with the matter said.

China Investment 2018-06-27

France's Orano, China's CNNC prepare nuclear fuel plant deal

French state-owned nuclear fuel group Orano has agreed with China’s CNNC to do preparatory work for the sale of a nuclear fuel reprocessing plant to the Chinese company, in the latest attempt to seal a deal that has been 10 years in the making.

China's first US-designed reactor, Sanmen-1, records first criticality

Sanmen-1, in China's Zhejiang province, the world's first nuclear generating unit of the Westinghouse AP1000 design, successfully reached first criticality Thursday, project operator State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation said.

ReneSola Announces First Quarter 2018 Results

ReneSola Ltd ("ReneSola" or the "Company") ( (NYSE: SOL), a leading solar project developer and operator, today announced its unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2018.

Solar 2018-06-21

China to set up varsity for nuclear power research

China is planning to build a university dedicated to nuclear power research to meet the severe shortage of qualified people at its rapidly-expanding atomic energy facilities at home and abroad.

China's Jinko to produce solar panels in Florida by fourth quarter despite tariffs

Chinese manufacturer JinkoSolar Holding Co Ltd expects to start manufacturing solar panels at a new factory in Jacksonville, Florida, by the fourth quarter, and production will not be affected by the latest round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese products, a company executive said on Tuesday.

Solar 2018-06-20

China’s Solar Policy Switch Eyes Higher Quality

China’s recently announced decision to suspend approvals of new solar installations aims to improve the quality of the industry’s products and offload part of the financial burden on the government, according to an official who spoke to state news agency Xinhua.

Solar 2018-06-13

Rosatom to build four nuclear power units in China

Russian state nuclear company Rosatom has signed deals to build four nuclear power units in China.

China: Russia to Build Nuclear Power Units

What Happened: China signed two deals with Russian state-run nuclear power company Rosatom to build four next-generation nuclear power units in China worth an estimated $3.62 billion, Reuters reported June 10.

China’s Surprising Move To Cut Solar Subsidies

Chinese solar companies sold off sharply on Monday following an announcement by the Chinese government that it would take measures that may curb the astronomical growth of its solar industry.

China Policy Solar 2018-06-12

China's new solar policy may delay India's plan to make panels

India may delay its first ever auction to build solar factories after a Chinese decision to withdraw some state support to power projects is seen leading to an equipment supply glut and price crash.

Global Market Solar 2018-06-08

China to take action against 'uncontrolled' hydro on Yangtze

China’s has urged local governments along the Yangtze river to survey the environmental damage done by the “uncontrolled” development of small-scale hydropower, warning that some plants could be closed, according to a government notice on Wednesday.

Chinese firm to introduce financial technology in Africa to boost solar power uptake

Chinese firm Shenzhen JCN New Energy Technology said Tuesday it is seeking to introduce financial technology (fintech) in Africa that will boost solar power uptake by targeting low income households.

China's power generation up 6.9 pct in April

China’s energy regulator has ordered local authorities to take heed of the grid capacity when selecting new wind power projects, in an attempt to ensure that no more than 5 percent of the electricity they generate is wasted, it said in a notice.

China to tackle wasted energy in new wind farm rules

China’s energy regulator has ordered local authorities to take heed of the grid capacity when selecting new wind power projects, in an attempt to ensure that no more than 5 percent of the electricity they generate is wasted, it said in a notice.

Wind Power 2018-05-29

China to help Uganda build nuclear power plants

China will help Uganda build and operate nuclear power plants under a deal signed last week.


China's Weichai to buy 20-pct stake in fuel cell maker Ceres Power

Weichai Power, a leading Chinese automobile and equipment manufacturing firm, signed a strategic collaboration deal Wednesday with British solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) maker Ceres Power.

China Investment 2018-05-17

EDP Set To Reject $11B Chinese Takeover Offer

The biggest energy company in Portugal— EDP-Energias de Portugal SA—is expected to reject a US$10.9 billion (9.1 billion euro) offer from its largest shareholder China Three Gorges that seeks to buy the stock it doesn’t already own, because the proposed price is too low, Bloomberg reported on Monday

China Investment 2018-05-16

China’s Sunpower Group picks up $12.5 million polysilicon equipment order

China’s Sunpower Group announced that, through its subsidiary Jiangsu Sunpower Pressure Vessels Equipment Manufacturing Co., Ltd, it has secured a CNY 80 million contract to provide polysilicon manufacturing equipment to Xinte Energy, a subsidiary of TBEA Co Ltd, and the world’s fourth largest polys

Solar 2018-05-08

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