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Thu May 16 15:44:56 +0800 2013
Read Full Story Japan has begun what will likely be the first permanent shutdown of one of its reactors since the Fukushima disaster on the grounds that it is built atop an active earthquake fault.rea...
Thu May 16 15:41:06 +0800 2013
Japan-based renewable energy projects developer Eurus Energy Holdings, a joint venture between Toyota Tsusho and Tokyo Electric Power, is planning to construct a USD480 million solar plant. The 115-MW ...
Thu May 16 15:36:21 +0800 2013
A source from China's top economic planning body said the authority has finished collecting opinions about the feed-in tariff ratings of China's solar industry, which indicates the finalized scheme may...
Thu May 16 15:21:55 +0800 2013
The chairman and acting president of Sinovel Wind Energy Group, Wei Chiyuan, has resigned as of one of the country's largest makers of wind turbines struggles amid an industry downturn, according to a ...
Thu May 16 15:15:42 +0800 2013
Read Full Story Despite acknowledging that it will negatively impact rare fish and flora on the upper reaches of Dadu River in Sichuan province, China's environment ministry has approved the construct...
Wed May 15 15:09:40 +0800 2013
California’s Solaria Corporation, which specializes in solar photovoltaic modules for tracking applications, has announced new operations in China to meet what it calls “demand for high-efficiency,...
Tue May 14 16:30:26 +0800 2013
Read Full Story Renewable energy companies from China and Hong Kong are facing debts of USD3.5 billion this year and the equivalent of USD5.3 billion of notes due next year, according to a report in t...
Mon May 13 17:20:20 +0800 2013
China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group (CGN) is planning to invest 4.5 billion yuan (USD731 million) in an offshore wind farm adjacent to one of the islands of Pingtan Country, off the coast of Fujian Pro...
Mon May 13 17:15:47 +0800 2013
China Merchants New Energy Group, a Hong Kong-based renewable-energy project developer, will form a joint venture with Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps Investment Co to invest USD489 million ...
Mon May 13 17:00:09 +0800 2013
India once dominant wind giant Suzlon Energy has been booted from its top spot and replaced by another local turbine supplier, Wind World (India) Ltd, formerly known as Enercon (India) Ltd.read more...