Changes in China are driving a structural shift in international thermal coal markets.
New coal generator approvals at record high in China, but with increased renewables, the share of low-carbon generation in China may reach one-third by 2020.
Everyone take a deep breath. Elon Musk never said every Tesla Model 3 would be manufactured in China. No need to let your xenophobia kick in to overdrive.
As Apple observed completion of 40 MW solar project in the Sichuan province of China, it announced it would add another 200 MW in that country.
For anyone who cares about democracy – whatever their views on nuclear power or nuclear weapons – now is the moment to ask some searching questions about what nuclear policy is doing to British politics.
China knows the smart money is on renewables, and not just because of climate change.
A Chinese cap-and-trade carbon pricing program is scheduled to begin in 2017, and will be the world’s largest carbon market.
China to commit to national carbon trading scheme, India pushes to 40% renewables, and the Pope urges the US to act. Meanwhile, in Australia, Greg Hunt denies there was ever a war on renewables.
The city is adding a total of 288 EVs as part of a broad climate compact with China.