China

China will pay overdue subsidies to renewable-power developers following a two year delay.
Several Chinese nuclear companies are looking to the public markets to raise funds for future plants following the government’s easing of halts imposed on new project following the 2010 Fukushima-Daiichi disaster in Japan.
UK-based Modern Water, which provides membrane osmosis technology for producing of fresh water as well as water quality monitoring systems, has signed a partnership framework agreement with China’s Hangzhou Water.
China Guangdong Nuclear (CGN) has signed an order with Spain’s Gamesa to supply another 49-MW of turbines for a new wind farm in China’s eastern Shandong province.
The government of Shenzhen has said it plans to buy 1,000 green buses and 500 electric taxis next year which will be a boon to local manufacturers, BYD and Wuzhoulong Motors.
China and India agreed to join forces on clean technologies at the global level during a high level meeting in New Delhi last week, according to The Climate Group.
It should come as a surprise to nobody that, according to a new report, China has become the world’s leading importer of illegally harvested timber, even as the growing economic giant has made strides in protecting its own forests.
China's Ministry of Commerce has approved a plan by Chinese auto parts maker Wanxiang Group Corp to take over American battery maker A123 Systems, Zhejiang Province's Department of Commerce announced.
Chinese solar manufacturer Yingli Green Energy expects to become the world’s biggest solar panel supplier this year as domestic sales surge, its chief executive officer said in a statement about the company's 3rd quarter results.
China's nuclear power installed capacity will hit 42-GW by 2015 according to a top Chinese nuclear official. Speaking at seminar in Zhuhai Zhang Huazhu, chairman of the China Nuclear Energy Association, predicted that the country will have 41 operating nuclear power units by 2015 or a little later.