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Ministry of Truth: Shenzhen Power Plant

The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been leaked and distributed online. Central Propaganda Department: Firmly rein in the degree of coverage of the Shenzhen Binhai power...

SOEs, Rule of Law Among Hurdles for Clean Air Push

Beijing’s acting mayor has announced an array of new measures to combat air pollution in the city, following heavy smog that seeped hundreds of points off the scale this month. From Xinhua: The capital will take 180,000...

China’s Power Outages Come Early and Often

BusinessWeek’s Dexter Roberts examines the tangle of natural disasters, infrastructure failures, commercial pressures and political wrangling which undermines the electricity supply to parts of China. Companies are...

Wind Power Winds up China’s Competitors

Andrew Peaple reports on the side effects to China’s green push for wind power. From the Wall Street Journal: Beijing has big plans for wind power as a renewable energy of the future, but China may already have too much of...

China’s Domestic Nuclear Plans Damp Export Dreams

From Reuters: China’s nuclear power firms aim to join its auto and electronic companies as export powerhouses, analysts say, but massive domestic expansion plans may not leave them the capacity to make an overseas push for...

Shao Xiaoyi: Farmers say power plant will pollute villages

From China Daily: The Zhejiang Provincial Development and Reform Commission is being sued over a plan to build a special power plant that uses rubbish as fuel. Nearly 300 farmers in Cangnan County have taken the commission to court because they say the power plant could cause environmental problems near their villages. They also say […]

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