China and the US will expand pragmatic energy cooperation on smart grids, wind power and bio-fuel development, the director of China's National Energy Administration said Tuesday.
Construction of China's first inland nuclear power station might be postponed for further evaluation of flood risks as Japan's nuclear crisis has prompted calls for greater precautions, experts say.
Japan's Fukushina nuclear accident should not stop China from pursuing its own strategy for nuclear development, but it should be taken as a warning that China should develop nuclear power in a "more effective way" with safety as a top priority, said nuclear experts.
China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group Co withdrew its 712 million-pound ($1.16 billion) takeover offer for uranium mining company Kalahari Minerals Plc after the UK Takeover Panel barred it from reducing the bid.
First Solar Inc and China Power International New Energy Holding Ltd (CPINE) have agreed to collaborate on solar photovoltaic projects in China, the United States and other international markets.
ENN Group Co Ltd, the parent of Hong Kong-listed energy company, ENN Energy Holdings Ltd, signed a cooperative contract with the US-based Duke Energy in Washington on Tuesday, during the China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue.
All the electric gates of modern apartment buildings in Kaifu District of Changsha city are kept wide open. Once closed, they wouldn't open again because of an ongoing power shortage.
China Gezhouba Group Corp, the parent of the Three Gorges Dam builder, plans to invest $1 billion to build a hydroelectric power plant in Indonesia's Sulawesi Selatan province.
As concerns over energy security grow across the globe, the world's two largest producers and consumers of power will continue to cooperate on climate change initiatives and clean energy development.
PT Pertamina, the Indonesian state energy company, bid about $3.5 billion for Exxon Mobil Corp's 25 percent stake in an Angolan oil block, surpassing an offer from a Chinese rival, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing a person familiar with the matter.
Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region is poised to become the country's leading solar power generation base with 10 more photovoltaic power plants to be completed within this year.
China's Himin Solar Co Ltd launched the world's first roof-installed solar high-temperature steam system for industrial utilization, the company said in a press release on May 7.