Tibet's power shortages are expected to end once the Qinghai-Tibet Power Grid Interconnection Project is finished by the end of the year, connecting Tibet's grid to the national grid for the first time.
China's top economic planer has issued a notice asking local governments to upgrade their rural power grids in a bid to boost the nation's rural power infrastructure and improve the lives of rural residents in the next five years.
Power shortages that gripped many parts of the country in recent months could herald the worst energy crunch in years amid growing concerns that economic growth may suffer.
Examination and approval of China’s nuclear projects may restart soon, but access standards will likely be enhanced, China Business News (CBN) reported Monday.
Shenhua Group, China's largest coal producer, has made huge profits from its pilot coal-to-liquid (CTL) project in north China in the first three months of this year, a company executive said Saturday.
China will halt diesel exports to guarantee domestic supply of the fuel as electricity outages continue to put pressure on the country's power supplies.
Some Chinese enterprises have misused or fraudulently acquired subsidies assigned by the central government to boost energy efficiency, the nation's top auditing office said on Friday.
The uranium subsidiary of China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group (CGNPG) said it is developing two large mines in China's Guangdong province and the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
China plans to limit foreign investors' investment proportion in new projects for key components of new-energy vehicles to under 50 percent, the National Business Daily (NBD) reported.
Huaneng Renewables Corp plans to revive a Hong Kong initial share sale after cutting the size of the offering by about 20 percent to $1 billion, said two people with knowledge of the matter.
The central government is urging its branches at all levels to avoid constructing public buildings that are peculiar shapes in a bid to cut down on energy consumption.
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