Everything News Jobs Opportunities Events Products/Services
Go to Home
Sign Up Sign in

The Low Carbon Economy Ltd

13 Nov 2007 03:11:30

China launches renewable energy project

China has launched a new renewable energy project, pledging to prioritise renewable energy sources and promote international co-operation in the sector.

Speaking at an international forum in Beijing, a Chinese government minister outlined plans to give priority to five renewable energy sources - solar power, biomass fuels, wind power, hydrogen energy and natural gas utilisation.

Cao Jianlin, vice-minister for science and technology, also highlighted the importance of promoting the international exchange of ideas and information, suggesting seminars, forums and joint research centres to help address renewable energy technology.

"Through international cooperation, China will demonstrate to the global community its determination to explore new and renewable energy sources, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and build an environment-friendly society," he said.

"We will soon extend invitations to experts on new and renewable energy from around to the world in a bid to establish a committee to outline key tasks and suggest areas for cooperation," he added.

International Energy Agency figures recently indicated that carbon dioxide emissions from China are set to overtake those from the US by 2009.ADNFCR-1235-ID-18353613-ADNFCR

Discussion Thread  


The Low Carbon Economy Ltd Community

Related Items From Everyone

  1. Tramadolshop Organisations

    Tramadol is being used to relieve moderate to severe pain. They are used when...

  2. Earthscan Library Collection Products & Services

    Earthscan Library CollectionEdited by variousAbout this bookIn the last two decades,...

  3. Heating and cooling networks Products & Services

    A system of pre-insulated underground pipes designed to circulate hot and cold water from a...

  4. SMOCK MATERIALS Organisations

  5. Major energy companies from across Europe have announced a new commitment to work together to cut...

    19 Mar 2009

Go To Home

Resource Links

We're social: View Available Feeds Find out more! Leave us your feedback


We appreciate all feedback. Please leave as much or as little as you like about any aspect of this website.

If your message requires a response, please leave your email address.