New report suggests China can go well beyond its deal with the US, and increase its use of renewable energy to 26% by 2030.
Far from “doing nothing”, China will be building the world’s largest renewable energy system over the next 16 years.
We stand at rare moment in history, where current knowledge and resolve can deliver abundant energy services reliably, cleanly, and affordably to all.
revitalizing China’s innovation engine presents unique opportunities to accelerate the world’s next industrial revolution—especially in energy.
Reaction of the coal industry to the recently released Chinese restrictions on dirty coal use in key coastal regions reveals an industry in deep denial.
Indoor air pollution kills more people around the world every year than HIV and malaria combined — but solar power might be the key to solving the problem.
China’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth and coal consumption have decoupled, suggesting a structural shift in Chinese economy.
Unlocking shale gas comes with a significant environmental risk: access to freshwater for drinking, agriculture, and industrial use.