Shanghai Focuses on Research of Solar, Wind Power

Beijing, China [Shanghai Daily] Shanghai established its first clean energy research center yesterday to develop technologies to utilize five kinds of clean energy. The immediate goal is to increase Shanghai’s percentage of clean energies — mainly wind and solar power — from less than 1/1,000 now to 1/100 by 2010. The center in Minhang District has five inter-related laboratories for wind power, fuel cells, solar power, clean coal power, and bio-power, involving methane gas and other substances. The Shanghai Clean Energy Research and Industry Promotion Center “will gather together the city’s research forces to speed up clean energy research,” said Shou Ziqi, deputy director of the Shanghai Science and Technology Commission.
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