Tag Archives: energy

Pollution Solutions in the Chinese Heating Sector

Reducing pollution and increasing efficiency with European wet combustion gas boilers

China’s black bubble: overcapacity in the coal power industry

Beijing’s first ever pollution ‘red alert’ on 8th and 9th December, 2015, led many people, both in China and abroad, to assume that the air quality in China is deteriorating further.

China’s green energy market

Business opportunities for EU SMEs

Bio-potential: EU SMEs in China’s biomass sector

  China is a country rich in biomass resources which have a variety of applications for electricity, heating, liquid bio-fuel and solid fuels.

The Executive Interview: Jean-Marc Guyot, Chairman and CEO, GDF SUEZ China

Starting in Hong Kong and Macau, GDF SUEZ Group has been involved in environmental projects in China for more than 20 years. Jean-Marc Guyot has been in Beijing for just three months, but has been travelling regularly to China and conducting business in the Energy…

My generation: China’s energy challenge

Energy generation in China must become more flexible and sustainable in the long term for the sake of the environment.

Sustainable urbanisation drives innovation

China’s drive towards sustainable development is inspiring some innovative urban planning solutions. Due to its relatively late industrialisation it has the opportunity to develop its new cities while learning from mistakes made in the West. Mark Harrison, Sector Director for Urban Planning and Consultancy for…

Building Rome in a week (or two)

With total investment reaching CNY 100 trillion (EUR 12 trillion) in 2012, China’s construction industry will continue to grow quickly for the foreseeable future.

Smart Cities

Europe and China’s efforts to promote the development of Smart Cities between the two regions have received support from the EU-China Dialogue Support Facility (PDSF II).