The Annual Output of Electric Vehicles in China will Reach 1M by 2020

China's annual production capacity of electric motor vehicles will reach 1 million units by 2020, a senior official forecast. As the world's largest auto market, new energy vehicles are key to the development of China's auto industry, said Minister of Sci.. more

Gamesa Obtains New Contracts in China to Supply Wind Turbines

Gamesa, the global manufacturer and developer of wind turbines and wind farms, has obtained new contracts in China to supply 197 turbines with combined capacity of 251 MW. Gamesa's wind turbine division signed the contracts with two of its largest customers in China,.. more

Solarfun Signs 8.1 MW EPC PV Contract in Southern China

Solarfun Power Holdings Co., Ltd., a vertically integrated manufacturer of silicon ingots, wafers and photovoltaic ("PV") cells and modules in China, announced that Jiangsu Linyang Solar Power Electronic Engineering Co., Ltd. ("Jiangsu Linyang&.. more

MHI to Provide 2.5 MW Wind Turbine Technology to China’s Rapidly Growing Market

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) and Ningxia Yinxing Energy Co., Ltd. (Yinxing Energy) of China signed an agreement under which MHI will license its manufacturing technology of MWT100/2.5 wind turbine, which has a rated power output of 2.5 MW (meg.. more

National Semiconductor and Suntech Collaborate to Develop ‘Smart Panel’ Technology

National Semiconductor announced that it is collaborating with Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., to develop “smart panel” technology, incorporating National Semiconductor’s award-winning SolarMagic™ power optimizer chipset into Suntech solar.. more

BYD and Endesa Chairmen Sign Energy Storage Alliance Agreement in China

BYD and Endesa will test small- and large- scale storage systems, which in the future will be crucial to the efficiency and fine operation of the electricity system and the development of e-mobility. The agreement signals another step forward in the electric vehicle fast .. more

China will Unveil the Electric Vehicle Standards

The Chinese government will implement three standards to regulate electric vehicle charging stations this October and is set to develop a further five, the State Electricity Regulatory Commission said. The Energy Bureau is in discussions with power companies and oil pr.. more


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