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US, China Research Institutes Sign Historic Clean Power Grid Accord

US, China Research Institutes Sign Historic Clean Power Grid Accord

NREL and China's State Grid Energy Research Institute have signed a clean power MoU.
ACORE Establishes In-Roads for Chinese Developments

ACORE Establishes In-Roads for Chinese Developments

Due to its vastly expanding economy, China will be home to many of the world's new energy projects in the coming years. And not just traditional technologies either. China has made clear their commitment to diversify their energy production with renewables as well. With this in mind, the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) completed a week of meetings with officials in Beijing to open new paths for US-China cooperation and trade in renewable energy.
U.S. and China Collaborate on Sustainable Development Projects

U.S. and China Collaborate on Sustainable Development Projects

An agreement signed this month by the United States and China Business Councils for Sustainable Development brings the U.S. closer to China on all things renewable.
A New Revolution: China Hikes Wind and Solar Power Targets

A New Revolution: China Hikes Wind and Solar Power Targets

Today, China is already the world's leading renewable energy producer in absolute numbers, with an installed capacity of 152 GW out of an approximately 800 GW total.
Outsourcing Our Chagrin: China’s Reaction to Solar Trade Complaint

Outsourcing Our Chagrin: China’s Reaction to Solar Trade Complaint

One of the pleasures of covering China is the opportunity to encounter rich and colorful language. This certainly is due to the vibrancy of the Chinese language, but it also is a commentary on the heat that a given topic generates. Normally, subjects like wind turbine installations, feed-in tariffs, import/export statistics on solar products and other bread and butter developments in the renewable energy industry do not lend themselves to such literary heights.
China Three Years Late on Installing Offshore Wind Farms

China Three Years Late on Installing Offshore Wind Farms

China is three years behind schedule on a plan that would make it the world’s biggest market for offshore wind, a setback for the $15 billion industry that’s seeking to produce affordable electricity from the one of nature’s most reliable energy sources.