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
14 September 2009
According to The Associated Press, American solar cell giant First Solar has been given approval by the Chinese government to set up a solar power production base in Ordos, Inner Mongolia.
This is said to be the first time that an American company has entered the fast growing renewable energy field of China. Besides the production […]
03 September 2009
The Shenhua Beidian Shengli Energy Company in Inner Mongolia has adopted technolgy from the German-based Wirtgen group which it expects will make large savings in the fuel consumption and the corresponding greenhouse gas emissions associated with open caste coal mining.
China Shenhua Shengli Energy Branch is one of the core enterprises of China Shenhua Energy Company […]
11 May 2009
According to a representative from the Energy Research Institute of the National Development and Reform Commission of China, China's National Energy Administration is formulating an plan to revitalize the country's new energy industry and speed up its development.
Wu Zhonghu, a researcher from ERI, has disclosed to the Chinese media that unlike the 11th Five-year Plan, […]
17 March 2009
According to the website of the National Development and Reform Commission, China has approved four renewable energy projects in the past two months.
Of the four projects, two are said to be hydro-electric facilities with capacities of up to a 1,000 megawatts, and the rest are wind power plants with capacities of 100 megawatts each. The […]
08 December 2008
Clean Coal Technologies, Inc. is to supply Sino-Mongolia International Railroad Systems with technology valued at USD250 million to enhance low-grade coal for a coal liquefaction facility in Inner Mongolia.
10 October 2008
Shenyang-based A-Power Energy Generation Systems has signed its second sales contract with China National Automation Control System Corporation for the sale of 50 2.7 MW wind turbines.
07 October 2008
St. Louis based Peabody Energy has entered into an agreement with the government of Inner Mongolia and other Chinese partners to explore development opportunities for a large surface mine and downstream coal gasification facility that would produce methanol, chemicals, or fuel products.
04 September 2008
Dalian Tuoshan Wind Power Farm, the largest wind power farm in Liaoning Province, is being built with an investment of CNY2.8 billion by China Power Investment Corporation.
14 August 2008
Huadian Power International Corporation Limited and China Huadian Hong Kong have entered into a contract to establish a joint venture company — Huadian Inner Mongolia Kailu Wind Power Company Limited, which will initially be engaged in the construction and operation of the 49.5 MW Phase I Inner Mongolia Tongliao Yihetala … Read More>>