Posts Tagged ‘energy’

Energy Security in China. Nukes, Coal, and Hydro

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 1:57 Comments Off on Energy Security in China. Nukes, Coal, and Hydro

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLX8jCKL9I4[/youtube] If you are someone who has an interest in understanding the balance that China is facing with energy, and energy security, then you need to watch the clip above. It is a presentation by Jiang Zemin’s son, Mian Heng Jiang, and focuses on China’s energy market going forward.  In it he speaks very bluntly […]

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China’s Solar Conundrum

Friday, September 28, 2012 9:34 Comments Off on China’s Solar Conundrum

While on the HangOut with Terry and Fons last night, we spent quite a bit of time discussing solar and solar policy as part of China’s wider energy policy. It is a topic fresh on the minds of many as the recent actions in US/ EU have put a lot of pressure on Chinese producers.   […]

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Energy Security in China

Friday, September 28, 2012 1:46 Comments Off on Energy Security in China

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1DGuU6RVMw[/youtube] For readers who are interested in the topic of energy security in China, and understanding what is leading China to invest and build capacity in cleantech, energy efficiency, and a blue ocean navy, I recommend taking the time to watch the above Google HangOut. Led by Fons Tuinstra , Terry Cooke and myself spent […]

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Upcoming Google Hangout: Energy Security in China

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 23:32 Comments Off on Upcoming Google Hangout: Energy Security in China

Economic growth might be slowing down in China, securing enough energy for the future is still one of its major headaches. In the next China Weekly Hangout we will focus on energy security, the first of a range of hangouts on sustainability. How successful is China is securing its energy supply, and what are the […]

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Should Chinese Solar Subsidies to Be Applauded or Tariffed?

Sunday, July 22, 2012 8:06 1 Comment

As part of his recent attendance at the Forum for Chian-Africa Cooperation, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Applauded China’s Efforts To Achieve Sustainable Development, and his comments on China’s use of subsidies was unexpected. “China has taken up this challenge as energetically as any other country in the world. It is already a leader in […]

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China’s Energy Gaps Create Opportunities

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 8:41 2 Comments

With China’s ever increasing appetite for energy resources increasing, and the continued gaps that lead to the various energy related outages that can occur in a country moving as fast as China is, opportunities are going to continue to avail themselves for those with solutions. The recent article China ‘can still lead’ in green cars […]

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China’s Chance To Stabilize Coal Supplies May Be Here

Tuesday, October 14, 2008 6:55 3 Comments

While the news in the US and EU is grim, and the ripple effects are being felt in China, it is stories like Experts expect falling coal market in China on oversupply  that offer something of a silver lining for some (like myself) that feel China has grown too fast. Mr Li Xuegang vice director […]

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Toxic Lifen: A Powerful Series

Tuesday, August 26, 2008 5:16 Comments Off on Toxic Lifen: A Powerful Series

VBS TV has just posted an amazing series on Lifen’s air pollution problems. Shot on scene over a week, this series will give you a clear representation of what challenges China’s growth has brought with it. Personally, while I have not been to Lifen, I have been to plenty of cities that are facing similar […]

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