Posts Tagged ‘wind’

Deconstructing China’s Cleantech Charts

Wednesday, March 24, 2010 9:54 1 Comment

If you have been following China for any amount of time, then you will know that China is good for a chart that will shock and awe readers.  Few, if any, in the cleantech space have as much power as the one above, from the Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP study China’s Promotion of the Renewable […]

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Understanding China’s Position on Climate Change, and Repositioning Global Discussions

Thursday, November 19, 2009 23:58 1 Comment

Regardless of whether you believe COP15 still has hope, or is a predetermined failure, the fact is that in about 3 weeks a large number of scientists, environmentalists, policy makers, and cleantech funds are going to be in Copenhagen… and the world will be watching. Even prior to the recent announcements from Singapore though, many […]

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Chinese Cleantech Firms Opening Shop in US. Smart

Wednesday, November 18, 2009 8:53 Comments Off

With last week’s congressional fireworks display over the fact that a Chinese firm was going to be receiving TARP money to install the largest wind farm in Texas, and be reaping the majority of the jobs in the deal, it should come as no surprise that Chinese firms are now announcing investments in the US. […]

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Cleantech Investments in China Just Blowing in the Wind

Tuesday, November 17, 2009 10:26 1 Comment

Rarely a day passes without a headline like Al Gore praised China and Japan on their climate leadership, which touts all that is great about China’s commitment to green, and how China’s leadership should serve as a model for others. It was a recent topic of conversation between myself and an old friend who has […]

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Tianjin Staging Up for Cleantech

Thursday, November 12, 2009 21:06 Comments Off

Tianjin’s Economic Development Zone (TEDA) has been one of the premier investment zones in China, and keeping in mind their proximity to the new Singapore invested ecocity, it should come as no surprise that this would lead to some very large cleantech projects for TEDA. Here are three that they recently reported out as part […]

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China to Triple Wind Energy Targets. Blowing Air? Or Generating Energy?

Wednesday, May 6, 2009 1:03 Comments Off

Perhaps one of te best things about this recession is that fact that commodity pricing and stimulus packages have essentially increased not only the affordability of many things, and for China that means big investments in wind energy. China has set a target for renewable energy consumption of 40 percent of the market by the […]

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Shanghai to Add 254,000 kw of Wind Power

Monday, April 20, 2009 9:50 Comments Off

With the World Expo less than a year away, Shanghai has now begun the process of topping off its green goals by installing 34 wind turbines 92 meters high near the Shanghai East China Sea Bridge. The first of a number of planned wind farms, the article states that a total of capactiy 293,000 kw […]

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First Hotel Designed as Carbon Neutral is … Designed

Wednesday, March 25, 2009 20:22 Comments Off

In another, don’t pop the bubbly story, Patel Architecture Inc. announced that they have completed the design of a 5-Star China Hotel To Be Carbon-Neutral For those of you who are saying… Wait a minute, URBN hotel in Shanghai is the first carbon neutral hotel, you would be right… and wrong. Where this story really […]

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Ooo.. Ahh.. New Shenzhen Building Powered by Solar Panels and Wind Turbines

Wednesday, March 4, 2009 11:34 2 Comments

In another example of the fact that anything is possible through technology, money, and design, Coop Himmelblau has put forward this creation: The facade’s design is driven by solar and wind powered energy generation. The second skin of the building will be lined with photovoltaic cells and will feature mechanisms to provide natural ventilation, reduce […]

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China’s BOOMING Wind Power Market

Thursday, February 12, 2009 15:37 Comments Off

It began with a run up of wind stocks (perhaps aided by some hot air), and more recently the discussion has been on the fact that the largest wind farms in the world are now being planted in China. BOOMING WIND POWER MARKET AND INDUSTRY IN CHINA by Shi Pengfei of the Chinese Wind Energy […]

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