Tag: Energy

China’s Melting Pot

by Joseph LukLast August, I joined an educational tour, the China Energy Trip, led by students from Jiaotong University in Xi’an, Shaanxi. The trip started in Shanghai, took us through Henan province, and ended in Xi’an. The group was a...

/ April 1, 2012

China’s Green Building Future

Green building makes up a small proportion of China’s construction industry, but government targets may give sustainable building a boost over the next five years. by Christina NelsonAbout 60 kilometers outside Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang province, is a luxury...

/ April 1, 2012

Chinese Investment in Clean Energy

Chinese investment in clean energy in the United States is still small, but its growth may offer benefits for American businesses and US-China relations.by Linden J. Ellis, Devin Kleinfield-Hayes, and Jennifer L. TurnerThe seven bilateral clean energy agreements signed by...

/ April 1, 2012

A Boost for Nuclear Power

China aims to expand its nuclear power industry to reduce air pollution and meet rising demand for electricity.by Ryan OngNuclear power accounts for a small but rapidly growing portion of China’s overall electricity mix and is an area that has...

/ May 1, 2010

Dow Chemical: Environmental Practices in China

The Dow Chemical Co. first entered China in the 1930s. To date, it has invested $900 million in Greater China, which covers mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Dow’s 2009 revenue in Greater China was $3.7 billion, and the region...

/ March 1, 2010