Posts Tagged ‘Chinese’

11:40 Chinese company looks to invest in Kazakh wind power

Chinese group Sany plans to invest in the development of wind energy in Kazakhstan, according to the company's vice president, Wind Power Monthly reported. Among the proposed options are the Almaty, Zhambyl, Akmola and the Mangystau regions of the country, which have the best conditions for the development of wind power. View full post on […]

Chinese renewable power giant builds global empire

In this Nov. 7, 2008 photo, people stand near electric pylons watching flow of water is discharged through the Three Gorges Dam in Yichang in central China's Hubei province. Three Gorges Group is spending heavily to buy or build hydro, wind and solar projects at a time when Western utility investors are pulling back and […]

Strong progress by Chinese solar power generators will see subsidies eliminated by 2025

Chinese solar and wind power generators will be further weaned off their reliance on subsidies for growth, after meeting their technical goals quicker than expected, according to an industry regulator. “Assuming no wastage of wind and solar power generated due to power grid bottlenecks, we had estimated that wind power will reach grid parity by […]

Chinese Suitors Said to Consider Bids for Origin’s Wind Farm

Origin Energy Ltd., the Sydney-based energy producer and retailer, has received expressions of interest from at least five Chinese suitors for its sale of an Australian wind farm project, people with knowledge of the matter said. The asset attracted state-owned firms China General Nuclear Power Group, China Datang Corp. and China Guodian Corp., the people […]

Chinese researchers develop solar cell that can charge in rain

We are always in the search alternative sources of energy, mostly from renewable resources. In practice, that usually translates to solar and wind power, mostly the former. View full post on Wind Power News

Dallas wind developer wins $65 million ruling against Chinese firm

A Dallas wind energy developer suing its Chinese partner over a failed plan to build wind farms across the United States has been awarded $65 million, the developer Tang Energy Group announced Monday. Tang’s founder E. Patrick Jenevein III had demanded $7.5 billion out of the state-owned Aviation Industry Corp. of China, claiming the Chinese […]

Chinese wind earnings under pressure with fifth of farms idle

May 18 China’s wind farm firms are feeling the heat as state grid operators deliberately delay hooking them up and cut back on purchases, wasting about a fifth of the total wind power output or enough electricity to run Beijing for 40 days. China is now the world’s top wind power producer thanks to policies […]

Chinese firm keen to invest in Andhra Pradesh

Chinese firm Sinoma International Engineering Co Ltd is keen to invest in cement and wind energy projects in Andhra Pradesh. On the first day of his six-day visit to China, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Sunday met officials of the Chinese firm, which operates in equipment manufacturing and supply and engineering sector, according to […]

IRL Releases Profile of the Chinese Paint Industry

IRL has announced the launch of a new edition of its single country report A Profile of the Chinese Paint Industry. In this study, IRL examines China’s paints and coatings market independently and not as part of a regional study on the Asia Pacific paint market, thereby enabling us to present more in-depth information on […]

Ethiopia: Chinese Exim Bank to Finance Aysha Wind Power

The Ministry of Water, Energy and Irrigation said Tuesday that it had received promising signals of getting a loan from the Export-Import Bank of China to finance the Aysha II wind energy project, which is located in the Somali Regional State. View full post on Wind Power News