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Jul 20, 2007

A Comparison of Wind Power Industry Development Strategies in Spain, India and China

This paper compares the manner in which Gamesa (Spain), Suzlon (India) and Goldwind (China) became domestic leaders in their respective countries’ win...
Jul 20, 2007

Annual Report on U.S. Wind Power Installation, Cost, and Performance Trends: 2006

The report offers an overview of key wind development and installation-related trends in the U.S., reviews the cost of wind power projects and the pri...
Jun 29, 2007

German 250MW Wind Program

The German 250 MW Wind Programme is the most direct and sizable effort of any country to support the demonstration of new wind turbines and wind turbi...
May 24, 2007

Investment Opportunities in China's Clean Energy Technology: Presentation by Douglas Ogden

In this presentation to global investors at JP Morgan's Hands-On China Series, Douglas Ogden, Director of the China Sustainable Energy Program, discussed the numerous opportunities for clean energy technology investment in China.
May 15, 2007

China Renewable Energy Law and Supporting Regulations

The "Renewable Energy Law and Supporting Regulations" consists of a full version of China's Renewable Energy Law and 17 implementation regulations and...
May 15, 2007

China Renewable Energy Industry Development Report

The 2006 "China Renewable Energy Industry Development Report" was compiled in colaboration by the Energy Bureau of the National Development and Reform...
May 15, 2007

China Renewable Energy Law Implementation Review and Evaluation

The 2006 "China Renewable Energy Law Implementation Review and Evaluation" was drafted by the Energy Research Institute (ERI) of the National Developm...
Aug 7, 2006

The EU Biomass Action Plan

This paper, written by Dr. Ole Langniss, summarizes the Biomass Action Plan published by the European Union on December 7th 2005, as well as the EU’s ...
Jul 23, 2006

The Impact of Air-Conditioning Use on Shanghai's Energy Situation in 2010

Improving the energy efficiency of air conditioning systems, which on hot summer days account for up to 40 percent of Shanghai's entire power load, is...
Jul 23, 2006

Achievement Summary of Pilot City for Building Energy Efficiency in Shenzhen

China's Ministry of Construction (MOC) issued new residential building energy codes for its 'Hot-Summer Warm-Winter' (HSWW) climate zone at the end of...
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