China’s Renewable Energy Growth Trends

The July 2007 issue of the China Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development Report from China Strategies, LLC, examines the most important developments in the Chinese renewable energy sectors over the past month.

According to the report, authored by China Strategies President Lou Schwartz, the country’s solar, wind, hyrdo, geothermal and biofuels industries are growing at an impressive rate. In his latest analysis, Schwartz looks at the popularity of geothermal heat pumps, which solar companies are breaking into the Chinese market, how the Five Year Plan is impacting the wind industry, energy production and consumption statistics and much more.

A link to the full June 2007 issue of China Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development Report is available below.

Lou Schwartz, president of China Strategies, LLC, and publisher of China Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development Report, earned degrees in East Asian Studies from the University of Michigan and Harvard University where he studied Chinese language and literature, economics and law, among other disciplines. Lou also earned a J.D. from George Washington University Law School. Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Lou has worked on various matters involving China’s legal system, economic development, trade and investment while with a large U.S. law firm and currently as President of China Strategies, LLC.

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