Tag Archives: Policy

Secretary of State Welcomes £3m Marine Energy Contract

published 2011 年 02 月 23 日 14:16 | editor | category News
Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Chris Huhne welcomed a £3 million marine renewable energy contract between Edinburgh-based wave energy developer Aquamarine Power and Falmouth-based marine drilling speciali...  more

Investment Environment by Countries – Japan

published 2011 年 02 月 17 日 13:37 | editor | category Knowledge
Japan has the highest penetration rate of EVs mainly due to major automobile manufacturers’ head start on R&D efforts in as early as the 90s. After years of development, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Mitsubishi are all sign...  more

Investment Environment by Countries – China (2)

published 2011 年 02 月 10 日 16:31 | editor | category Knowledge
According to “Plan on Adjusting and Revitalizing the Auto Industry” published on March 20th 2009, government organizations, taxi, corporate vehicles, and public transportations were to promote and demonstrate electric ...  more

Investment Environment by Countries – China (1)

published 2011 年 01 月 27 日 13:37 | editor | category Knowledge
Though Chinese market lagged in the early stage of EV development, technology and introduction of new model seemed to be catching up with those of other advanced countries in recent years. According to Chinese government’s l...  more

The U.S Government Set Solar Projects Targets

published 2011 年 01 月 24 日 13:45 | editor | category Knowledge
As the solar energy industry grew with the environmental awareness of the public and governments, the growth rate of 2010 matched the previous year’s total annual growth by as early as the end of third quarter. The U.S. ...  more

Investment Environment by Countries – America (2)

published 2011 年 01 月 21 日 11:52 | editor | category Knowledge
The U.S. government passed a new energy bill addressing the importance of the development of the green energy industry and reassuring the determination of making the country greener. The bill defined critical standards such as b...  more