Project Kicks off in Western China

January 21, 2003 [] A contract was signed between China and the Netherlands in early January to promote the comprehensive development and utilization of Renewable Energy in western China’s countryside. The project, sponsored by the China Association of Rural Energy Industry, has been funded with €5.3 million (US$5.57 million) from the Dutch government and 5.4 million Yuan (US$652,174) of subsidiary funds from the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture. The project is to comprehensively develop and utilize the area’s Renewable Energy resources, including solar, wind, hydro and geothermal energy.


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