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Taiwan Invited To Light Up Chinese Cities

From AP: Chinese officials have invited Taiwanese companies to supply selected mainland cities with ultra-bright, energy-saving LED lights, the latest in a series of big business deals between the rivals. At a two-day conference...

Energy Retrofitting: The Story of Sohota

The Asia Society’s China Green project has produced a new documentary about an energy retrofitting firm. Watch it below: China’s economic boom has fueled a flurry of real estate construction, but the growth has also...

Can China Go Green?

Robert Collier, a visiting scholar at U.C. Berkeley who is writing a book and China and global warming, has written a guest post on the Climate Progress blog answering the question, “Can China go green?”: After...

China Warms to Energy-Saving Challenge

A quick but compelling look inside China’s nascent green building movement, from Caijing’s English edition: This past winter was particularly cozy for residents at No. 12 West Huixin Street in Beijing. “In the past,...

Burning Bright in Beijing

China Dialogue looks at two companies in Beijing that are promoting energy conservation: Xiongcai aims to solve some very real problems: how can China make use of its current stock of 4.8 million coal-burning boilers? How can...

The Right Chemistry – Liu Jie



A positive story of foreign companies helping Chinese firms and localities achieve higher energy efficiency and greener development. China needs to see a lot of these take hold in
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