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Category: China

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Coal kicks on: Why China's emissions have not yet peaked

Coal kicks on: Why China’s emissions have not yet peaked

Wind, solar PV and Nuclear have gained electricity market share in China, but because of another downturn in hydro, coal generation continues to grow.

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Adani’s vain hope global coal market will save Carmichael mine

Adani’s vain hope global coal market will save Carmichael mine

Adani pins hopes for beleaguered Carmichael coal mine on the Asia–Pacific market. But the Australian government’s own resources forecaster is less confident.

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China solar

As United States looks to coal, China invests in renewable energy

At least one country is rising to the occasion.

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Researcher brainstorm leads to charging in rainstorm

Researcher brainstorm leads to charging in rainstorm

Scientists have developed a fabric that generates electricity when stretched. Unlike most electronics, it works better when wet.

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Q&A: How will China’s new carbon trading scheme work?

Q&A: How will China’s new carbon trading scheme work?

China has unveiled some details of its much-anticipated emissions trading scheme, confirming its move to a national carbon market after several years of regional pilots projects.

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China adds more solar than coal and gas for first time, as Trump slaps solar tariffs

China adds more solar than coal and gas for first time, as Trump slaps solar tariffs

China installs more solar capacity than thermal capacity in 2017, while in the US Trump slaps tariffs on imported solar in effort to protect American coal.

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Chinese coal town embraces electric vehicles

Chinese coal town embraces electric vehicles

The heart of China’s coal country has become a global leader in EVs – but is the switch sustainable?

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China further cementing its clean energy dominance

China further cementing its clean energy dominance

IEEFA’s latest report finds that China continued to set itself up to dominate clean energy sectors during 2017.

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China spoils launch of world’s first electric cargo ship by using it to haul coal

China spoils launch of world’s first electric cargo ship by using it to haul coal

The good news is that China has launched the world’s first all-electric cargo ship. The bad news is that it is being used to haul coal.

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Developing nations are driving record growth in solar power

Developing nations are driving record growth in solar power

Emerging markets now account for the majority of growth in solar power, according to new data from Bloomberg New Energy Finance .

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SGS Awards JinkoSolar with the First C2C Certificate in China

SGS Awards JinkoSolar with the First C2C Certificate in China

The issuance of the C2C certification demonstrates JinkoSolar’s commitment to high environmental, health, and safety standards in its products and manufacturing processes as well as the promotion of environmental and sustainable best practices within the solar industry.