China’s renewables market is the most attractive destination for investors looking to invest in the sector, according to EY’s Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index…
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ABB and new Chinese automotive brand Denza team up on a long term agreement to bring many new EV fast chargers to China.
China’s world-record 12 gigawatts of new solar in 2013 has to be applauded. But how much it will matter in the fight against climate change is unclear.
Recent reports claim that China is the “new global powerhouse for renewable energy.” Unfortunately, the numbers do not square with this rosy picture.
Tesla Motors begins unveiling its China strategy, including what it feels is fair Model S pricing and the beginnings of a Supercharger network.
The simmering U.S.-China solar trade fight flares as SolarWorld files “to close loophole” on duties.
Renewables now account for more than half of all new power capacity in China after rapid growth over the last year.
What’s likely the most ambitious electric car sharing program in the world kicks off in a Chinese city, with a goal of 100,000 EVs in use within five years.
The persistent fragmentation of the Chinese automotive industry is a big weight around the neck of an aspiring Chinese electric vehicle, or EV, maker.
Renewables will account for nearly half of the increase in global power generation to 2035—with China generating more than the US, Japan and the EU combined.