China Hikes Power Price Another 5 Percent
[2008-08-20]
Consumers won’t be affected, but the government says power distributors must pay more to profit-squeezed suppliers.
Sino Scientists Aim to Conquer South Pole
[2008-08-13]
A new laboratory being built at the bottom of the world is designed to boost polar research and China’s scientific status.
Air Quality: Overhauling a City
[2008-08-07]
A multibillion-dollar effort to cut air pollution for the Olympics is also designed to benefit Beijing for years to come.
Pricing Conflict Pits Coal, Power Suppliers
[2008-08-07]
Coal prices are up, quality is down, and supplies are dwindling as the government continues to control electric power prices.
Beijing Pledges More Action to Clear Air
[2008-07-31]
The environment ministry is ready to idle more factories and cars to control Beijing’s air quality during the Olympics.
Limited Powers for New Energy Regulator
[2008-07-30]
The new National Energy Administration has opened for business, but without much say over pricing and investment decisions.
China Reinforces Thermal Coal Price Caps
[2008-07-28]
Regulators have further tightened prices for coal burned by power plants, saying pricing rules set in June are being ignored.
Guangdong Proposes Strategic Oil Reserves
[2008-07-25]
Guangdong, China’s largest provincial oil consumer, is lobbying for permission to build storage facilities in three areas.
Lights May Flicker as Coal Crunch Mounts
[2008-07-22]
Rising coal prices are aggravating a power shortage in China that’s more serious than expected – and likely to worsen soon.
Reform Offers Farmers Rights to Forestland
[2008-07-17]
Under a new initiative, farmers would control China’s forestland and profit from timber businesses within five years.
Irrigation Reform: Make Every Drop Count
[2008-07-11]
Determined to conserve precious water, China plans to plug its leaky crop irrigation system and end wasteful farming.
Grids Ordered to Pay More to Power Plants
[2008-07-03]
Power generators squeezed by climbing coal costs are expected to benefit from the latest government price adjustments.
One More Rung on China’s Energy Ladder
[2008-07-02]
China raised controlled prices for refined oil and electricity in June, sparking talk about Beijing’s next step toward market pricing.
Overseas Help for China’s Climate Issues
[2008-07-01]
Provinces having trouble meeting Beijing’s climate-change goals can plan on assistance from Europeans and the United Nations.
China Plans to Accelerate Nuclear Power
[2008-06-26]
China is mulling a revision of its nuclear power development strategy, considering new plants for the country’s interior.
China Hikes Prices for Refined Oil, Power
[2008-06-20]
The government’s economic planner relaxed price controls for oil products and electricity while capping prices for coal.
Sinopec's Refinery in Qingdao Starts Operation 
[2008-06-17]
The new refinery with 10 million tons annual processing capacity is expected to help China meet robust demand.
U.S. Environmental Proposal Discussed In China
[2008-06-17]
U.S. representatives met with China's top leaders to advance the discussion on climate change and tariff reduction on green technologies.
Coal Shortage Strains Chinese Power Plants
[2008-06-10]
Power companies are losing money, burning reserves and idling turbines as steadily rising coal prices nationwide pressure the price-controlled industry.
Shandong to Cap Coal Price
[2008-06-06]
The Shandong government has taken measures to cap the rising price of power coal, which may be followed by more provinces.
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