China leads the world in clean energy

The shale oil and gas boom in the United States is proliferating as producers continue to unlock new resources in more cost-effective ways. By the mid-2020s, the IEA predicts the US will become the world’s largest liquefied natural gas exporter and a net oil exporter by the end of that decade.

The Future of Biofuels Lies in China

Here in the United States, biofuels have developed a bad name. A 2007 law mandates the blending of annually increasing amounts of ethanol produced from biomass into our country’s gasoline, and at the time it was hailed as a way for the United States to shore up its energy security while “greening” o

China Energy 2017-09-21

China's dry hot rock development lead to global sensory reserves available millennium can solve the problem of haze

recently, scientists in the qinghai republic of the basin, the first drilling of 236 degrees celsius high temperature dry hot rock.

CNPC, Guangdong Sign Strategic Deal On S. China Sea Methane Hydrate

The government said it would "actively develop" methane hydrate over the 2016-2020 period, although industry experts have said there is no technology yet to commercially unlock the potential energy source. ​

Marine Exploration 2017-09-11

China's Landmark Extraction of Hot Dry Rock Could Accelerate Its Geothermal Energy Development

HDR, buried 3,000 to 10,000 meters underground, is a dense, impermeable, high temperature rock without water or steam. Through new geothermal energy, which operates at temperatures above 150 degrees Celsius, it can be widely used in power generation, heating and oil exploitation.

Scientists collect HDR under Earth’s surface

Zhang said that compared with the traditional hydrothermal and geothermal, the HDR is solid with higher temperature and rich energy content. "Moreover, the exploitation of HDR would not cause environmental hazards and will be hardly impacted by environmental factors."

China Exploration 2017-09-07

Vision and Actions on Energy Cooperation in Jointly Building Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road

China welcomes all countries and international or regional organizations to join the initiative, which is internationally recognized and has received positive responses.


China's solar power panels shine spotlight on North Korea trade

Traders from North Korea visit Yuan Huan's shop in the Chinese border city of Dandong several times a month to place orders, bringing their own translators and wads of cash.

Solar 2017-08-21

India’s Wild Energy Trends Raise Doubts over Coal’s Future

Within the wild energy market of the world’s second-most populous nation, predictions are proving tricky. India had been projected to become a carbon-belching behemoth, fueled by thermal power plants demanding ever more coal for decades to come.


China's clean energy generation accelerates in first half

​More electricity has been generated from clean energy sources in China in the first half of this year, a senior official said Tuesday.


China is world’s largest renewable energy producer, consumer

China has become the world’s largest producer and consumer of renewable energy, with its carbon dioxide emissions reduced for two consecutive years, according to Spencer Dale, chief economist of the world oil and gas giant, BP, reported on July 12.

Chinese-built dam in Cambodia to start testing operation

The Lower Sesan II Hydropower Plant, which is Cambodia's biggest hydropower dam, will begin testing its first-phase operation on July 15 after more than three years of construction, the Electricity Authority of Cambodia (EAC) said on Wednesday.

Service 2017-07-17

China to transform Shanghai into world-leading nuclear power tech hub

China aims to build a world-class nuclear energy innovation hub in five years, rallying support from eight state-owned giants and leading academies, a milestone for the country’s ambitious plan to become a global nuclear forerunner.

China leads global efforts in clean energy expansion

​As the development of clean energy hit new records, China, the world's largest energy investor and innovation center, has made stronger-than-expected efforts to accelerate the process.

China tops in renewable energy production: BP Statistical Review of World Energy

China surpassed the US as the top producer of renewable energy in 2016, according to the latest BP Statistical Review of World Energy released on Monday.

Chinese-built hydropower plant delivers genuine benefits to Cote d'Ivoire

​A magnificent building has emerged at the Sassandra River of western Cote d'Ivoire in Africa, about 400 kilometers from its economic capital of Abidjan.

World's first panda-shaped solar energy farm built in China

In a world-first, China has built a large solar farm shaped like the iconic black and white giant panda.


China's SPIC plans to raise clean energy power capacity to 50 per cent by 2020

​China's State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC) said on Thursday it aims to generate half of its power from clean energy by 2020, up from 43 percent currently, as part of the country's plans to reduce its carbon emissions.

CGN: 'Too early' to judge Hinkley costs

China General Nuclear Power Corp, French energy group EDF's partner in Britain's Hinkley Point nuclear power project, said it is too early to jump to conclusions about any possible delays or cost overruns.

China's thermal coal futures rally to record on hydropower cuts

China’s thermal coal futures jumped 4 percent on Wednesday to a record high, as outages at the nation’s top hydropower plants renewed concerns about supplies as a heatwave scorches the north.

China Coal 2017-07-06

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