The Jieyang Development and Reform Commission (DRC) has announced plans to accelerate the construction of offshore wind projects in the eastern Guangdong city.
The first turbine of the Huaneng Sheyang South Area H1# 300MW offshore wind project in Jiangsu province has been successfully erected.
According to the newly released “National Electricity Supply and Demand Situation Analysis and Forecast Report for the First Three Quarters of 2019", China Electricity Council (CEC) expects 2019 incremental power capacity to reach approximately 100GW, including 60GW from non-fossil sources.
Three Gorges New Energy has revealed plans to construct a PV + Chinese herbal medicine combo project in Changzi County of Shanxi Province.
In last week’s Azure news updates, we see Zhangjiakou’s push for the development of the hydrogen energy industry. This trend seems to be catching on, as this week we find Shanxi also promoting the simultaneous development of hydrogen refueling stations, hydrogen fuel cells and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in an effort to promote the production of hydrogen energy and use of demonstration bases in building China's “hydrogen valley”.
Xi'an’s Xianyang International Airport has officially put into operation 18 new energy vehicle charging piles, which can provide fast charging service for 36 electric vehicles at a time.