Environmentalists should take note of a new energy venture between a foreign and domestic firm in China. European petrochemical firm Total and the Chinese energy group China Power Investment Corporation announced their intention to build a coal-based petrochemical plant in China's Inner Mongolia. Total will bring to this partnership its expertise in the Methanol to […]
18 November 2010
10 September 2010
Honeywell Building Solutions has announced that it has signed an energy savings performance contract with Dongguan Crystal Textile to help the Chinese company reduce the energy consumed in its manufacturing process. Under the agreement, Honeywell will help Crystal convert its boilers from coal to an environmentally-friendlier biomass feedstock. The company's existing air compressor system will […]
24 September 2008
Royal Dutch Shell has announced two new research agreements on biofuels with experts in academic institutions in China.
02 June 2008
The World Bank has approved three energy sector loans, totaling US$441 million, for China.
24 April 2008
J.I.C. Technology says it plans to invest in three separate alternative energy projects in China.