Weblinks to State, Corporate, International Cooperation and other “Official Organizations”

Part 1 Government departments, ministries and agencies that deal with energy and related issues

  • National Development and Reform Commission http://en.ndrc.gov.cn/. The NDRC formulates and implements strategies of national economic and social development, annual plans, medium and long-term development plans. It coordinate economic and social development, carries out research and analysis on domestic and international economic situation; puts forward targets and policies concerning the development of the national economy, the regulation of the overall price level and the optimization of major economic structures, and makes recommendations on the employment of various economic instruments and policies; it submits the plan for national economic and social development to the National People’s Congress on behalf of the State Council. Within the NRDC is the National Energy Administration http://en.ndrc.gov.cn/mfod/t20081218_252224.htm and the Energy Research Institute, www.eri.org.cn .
  • Ministry of Science and Technology http://www.most.gov.cn/eng/ MOST takes the lead in drawing up S&T development plans and policies, drafting related laws, regulations and department rules, and guaranteeing the implementation. It is responsible for drafting the National Basic Research Program, the National High-tech R&D Program and the S&T Enabling Program. MOST aims to serve socio-economic growth by coordinating basic research, frontier technology research, research on social service, key technology and common technology.
  • Ministry of Environmental Protection, http://english.mep.gov.cn/ or http://english.sepa.gov.cn/ Develop national policies, laws and regulations, and formulate administrative rules and regulations for environmental protection; conduct environmental impact assessment as entrusted by the State Council on major economic and technical policies, development programs and major economic development plans; formulate national environmental protection programs; organize the development of pollution prevention plan and ecological conservation plan in key regions and river basins that are identified by the Central Government and supervise their implementation; and  organize the zoning of environmental function areas.
  • China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group http://www.cecep.cn/g489.aspx China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group, referred to CECEP, established in 1988 in response to the second oil crisis. Since its establishment, CECEP has been working to promote energy saving and environmental protection technology and projects. It is responsible for the investment of RMB 23 billion yuan in national energy conservation capital construction projects, brings more than RMB 30 billion yuan local investment, promotes 13 major categories, and accomplished more than 3,000 major projects. CECEP is a state-owned enterprise, which is fully sponsored and owned by the central government. The corporation has 172 wholly owned and holding subsidiaries with over  30,000 employees. which is the strongest, largest and most competitive industry group in the field of energy conservation and environmental protection in china.CECEP currently covers three major business areas: Energy conservation and Emission Reduction services, environment protection (treatment of waste water, solid waste and waste gas), clean technology and new energy.
  • Ministry of Commerce http://english.mofcom.gov.cn/ Formulates the strategies, guidelines and policies of developing domestic and foreign trade and international economic cooperation, draft the laws and regulations governing domestic and foreign trade, foreign investment in China, foreign assistance, overseas investment and foreign economic cooperation, devise relevant departmental rules and regulations. Studies and puts forward proposals on harmonizing domestic legislations on trade and economic affairs as well as bringing Chinese economic and trade laws into conformity with multilateral and bilateral treaties and agreements. Studies the development trends of economic globalization, regional economic cooperation and modern distribution patterns and give proposals. To the extent that China is both a major importer of energy, and that its energy companies operate globally, this ministry has an important energy relevance.
  • State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council http://www.sasac.gov.cn/n2963340/index.html   Authorized by the State Council, in accordance with the Company Law of the People’s Republic of China and other administrative regulations, the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC) performs investor’s responsibilities, supervises and manages the state-owned assets of the enterprises under the supervision of the Central Government (excluding financial enterprises), and enhances the management of the state-owned assets. SASAC shoulders the responsibility of supervising the preservation and increment of the value of the state-owned assets of the supervised enterprises; establishes and improves the index system of the preservation and increment of the value of the state-owned assets, and works out assessment criteria; supervises and administers the preservation and increment of the value of the state-owned assets of the supervised enterprises through statistics and auditing; and is responsible for the management work of wages and remuneration of the supervised enterprises and formulates policies regulating the income distribution of the top executives of the supervised enterprises and organizes implementation of the policies. SASAC guides and pushes forward the reform and restructuring of state-owned enterprises, advances the establishment of modern enterprise system in SOEs, improves corporate governance, and propels the strategic adjustment of the layout and structure of the state economy.
  • • GuangZhou Institute of Energy Conversion, Chinese Academy of Sciences http://english.giec.cas.cn/ founded in 1978, which of the predecessor was known as Guangdong Geothermal Energy Research Lab. In 1998 the institute was determined as the base institute of high technology R&D by CAS. In the research field of clean energy engineering, GIEC’s strategy is to R&D new and renewable energy utilization technology, to find a solution to environmental pollution and energy conservation associated with conventional energy use, and to develop energy regeneration technology for environmental pollution abatement process. Presently, the institute is subdivided into 8 research groups: solar, clean energy, biomass, solid wastes, industrial energy conservation, geothermal energy & heat pump, water & air treatment, and heat chilling. The institute has become an active force in the line of China’s energy research and development. Great importance is attached to international co-operation and academic exchange, thus good relationship has been established with other countries or areas, such as Japan, the United States, European Community, Egypt, Hong Kong, Taiwan etc. Since its foundation, the institute has gained more than 100 items of research accomplishment. Among them, about 80 were granted prizes of provincial or ministerial level, more than 100 were granted national patents. Many of the accomplishments have been transferred into production force, yielding appreciable economic and social benefits.
  • The Beijing Energy Efficiency Center http://www.beconchina.org/ As proposed by the Energy Research Institute of the National Development & Reform Commission(NDRC), Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory of the United States and the World Wildlife Fund for Nature, BECon was founded in December 1993, with the official approval of the NDRC. It is a non-profit, independent non-governmental energy conservation and promotion organization. Administratively, it belongs to the Energy Research Institute of NDRC. It has its own budget and accounting system, and can undertake activities independently.
  • Beijing Science and Technology Commission (BSTC)  http://www.bjkw.gov.cn/n244495/index.html Beijing Municipal Science & Technology Commission, or BMSTC, is a constituent part of Beijing Municipal Government, mainly responsible for formulating local Sci-tech development programs, building the capital-wide innovation architecture by means of policies and budgetary plans, improving Beijing’s economic competitiveness and promoting a coordinated economic and social development. Being fully aware of the globalization of sci-tech activities, BMSTC opens its arms to all the government institutions, enterprises and NGOs worldwide who are seeking opportunities for sci-tech cooperation, and, together with its affiliates, readily provides full range of supports and services.

Part 2 Chinese Energy Companies and Supporting Financial Companies

Oil companies and related state bodies

  • Petrochina Company Ltd. http://www.petrochina.com.cn/ptr/ PetroChina Company Limited (“PetroChina”) is the largest oil and gas producer and distributor, playing a dominant role in the oil and gas industry in China. It is not only one of the companies with the biggest sales revenue in China, but also one of the largest oil companies in the world. PetroChina commits itself to becoming an international energy company with strong competitiveness and one of the major producers and distributors of petroleum and petrochemical products in the world. It engages in wide range of activities related to oil and natural gas, including: exploration, development, production and marketing of crude oil and natural gas; refining, transportation, storage and marketing of crude oil and oil products; the production and marketing of primary petrochemical products, derivative chemicals and other chemicals; transportation of natural gas, crude oil and refined oil, and marketing of natural gas.
  • China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) www.cnpc.com.cn/en/  CNPC is China’s largest oil and gas producer and supplier, as well as one of the world’s major oilfield service providers and a globally reputed contractor in engineering construction. With a presence in almost 70 countries, we are seeking an even greater international role. We provide energy in a profitable manner, and always attach great importance to our social and environmental responsibilities.
  • China National Offshore Oil Corporation Ltd(CNOOC Ltd) http://www.cnoocltd.com   incorporated in Hong Kong in August 1999, was listed on the New York Stock Exchange  and The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited  on 27 and 28 February 2001, respectively. The Company was admitted as a constituent stock of the Hang Seng Index in July 2001. The Group is China’s largest producer of offshore crude oil and natural gas and one of the largest independent oil and gas exploration and production companies in the world. The Group mainly engages in exploration, development, production and sales of oil and natural gas. The Group has four major producing areas in offshore China, and they are Bohai Bay, Western South China Sea, Eastern South China Sea and East China Sea. In overseas, the Group has oil and gas assets in Indonesia, Australia, Nigeria, Argentina, the U.S. and some other countries.
  • China Oilfield Services Ltd (COSL) http://www.cosl.com.cn/data/html/english/channel_1.html is the leading integrated oilfield services provider in the offshore China market. Its services cover each phase of offshore oil and gas exploration, development and production. Its four core business segments are geophysical services, drilling services, well services, marine support and transportation services. As the largest listed offshore oilfield services company in China, COSL not only provides services of single operations for the customers, but also offers integrated package and turnkey services; COSL’s business activities are conducted not only in offshore China, but also extended to different regions of the world including North and South America, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, South East Asia and Australia. COSL and its employees are dedicated to provide premier quality services, while adhering to the highest health, safety and environmental standards.
  • •China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec Group) http://english.sinopec.com/ is a super-large petroleum and petrochemical enterprise group established in July 1998 on the basis of the former China Petrochemical Corporation. Sinopec Group is a state-owned company solely invested by the State, functioning as a state-authorized investment organization in which the state holds the controlling share. Headquartered in Beijing, Sinopec Group has a registered capital of RMB 182 billion. Sinopec Group’s key business activities include: industrial investment and investment management; the exploration, production, storage and transportation (including pipeline transportation), marketing and comprehensive utilization of oil and natural gas; oil refining; the wholesale of gasoline, kerosene and diesel; the production, marketing, storage, transportation of petrochemicals and other chemical products; the design, construction and installation of petroleum and petrochemical engineering projects; the overhaul and maintenance of petroleum and petrochemical equipments; the manufacturing of electrical and mechanical equipments; the research, development, application and consulting services of technology, information and alternative energy products, the import and export of commodities and technologies both for the Group and as a proxy.  Sinopec Group ranked the 5th in Fortune Global 500 in 2011.
  • •China National Star Petroleum (CNSP), http://www.cnspc.com.cn/ClassEN.asp?ID=9 We are mainly engaged in overseas engineering, geothermal development and mineral exploitation. We have subsidiaries in large and medium sized cities, namely Beijing, Guangzhou, Xi’an, Xianyang and Baoding. Our overseas projects can be seen in countries such as Egypt, Nigeria, Kazakhstan, Ethiopia, Angola, Cameroon, and Chad. We have qualifications in conducting foreign trades, international economic and technology cooperation and overseas contracted projects. Sinopec Star was formerly the Bureau of Petroleum and Marine Geology, Ministry of Geology and Mineral Resources. Since 1950s, it has carried out a systematic reconnaissance for oil and gas in 76 basins (onshore and offshore) across China. Industrial oil and gas flows were extracted in 35 of them. Breakthroughs such as the discovery of Daqing Oilfield, the development of Pearl River Mouth Basin and the continental shelf basin of the East China Sea, and the high-yielding oil/gas production from the well of Shasen No. 2 in the Northern Tarim Basin in Xinjiang, marked our great contributions to the development of China’s petroleum industry. On December 7th, 1996, under the guidance of the State Council, the former Bureau of Petroleum and Marine Geology was restructured and China National Star Petroleum Co., Ltd. was established. The exploration teams and research institutes from the Bureau joined the new-born company. China National Star discovered and built many large oilfields and it had oil and gas bases in the northwest China, southwest China, East China Sea, northeast China, east China and Ordos. As the central government of China continued to restructure the petroleum industry, China National Star was merged into Sinopec Group and changed its name to Sinopec Star Petroleum Co., Ltd. on Feb 29th, 2000.
  • China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation http://www.cpcia.org.cn/English/ China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation (changed to the present name from China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Association on May 10, 2010) is a non-government, not-for-profit organization consisting of companies, institutes, sectional associations and local associations in the petroleum and chemical industry on the voluntary basis. It is the umbrella organization that provides service and implements certain administrative functions within this industry on the national level. The mission of China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation(CPCIF)is: To ally domestic industries and develop international cooperation so as to promote technological advancement and industry upgrading;  To voice the interest of enterprises and service companies;  To strengthen communication with government;  To bridge communications between government and enterprises; To assist government in industry management.
  • Sinochem Group http://www.sinochem.com/g697.aspx Sinochem Group was founded in 1950. Its predecessor was China National Chemicals Import and Export Corporation, which was China’s largest trading firm. Sinochem Group is the key state-owned enterprise under the supervision of State Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC). Sinochem’s headquarter is located in Beijing.  Sinochem’s core businesses span over energy, agriculture, chemical, real estate and financial service. It is one of China’s four state oil companies, China’s biggest agricultural input company (fertilizer, seed and pesticide), China’s leading chemical service company. It also exerts strong influence in real estate and non-banking financial service sector. As a global conglomerate with market orientation, Sinochem’s quality product and service is relevant to many aspects of mass economy and people’s well being. Its brand enjoys high reputation and acknowledgement around the world.  Sinochem currently owns more than 200 subsidiaries inside and outside China. Sinochem Group is China’s earliest entrant in Fortune Global 500 and has entered the list for 22 times, ranking 113th in 2011.
  • China University of Petroleum, Beijing Campus http://www.cup.edu.cn/internationaloffice/en/ CUPB offers not only engineering programs in oil and gas science including chemical engineering, petroleum engineering, geoscience and mechanical and electronic engineering, but also , in computer science, business management and Chinese Language Study programs of a full range from diploma, bachelor’s and master’s to doctoral programs.
  • The Group of the Global Energy System, http://web.cup.edu.cn/peakoil/sitenavigation/contact/ Association for the Study of Peak Oil China, based at the China University of Petroleum, part of the global network, Association for the Study of Peak Oil, which is a network of scientists and others, having an interest in determining the date and impact of the peak and decline of the world’s production of oil and gas, due to resource constraints

 

Electricity Grid, the “Big 5” Power Companies, state Regulatory and Information Bodies in the Electricity Sector, and Companies that Manufacture Equipment for the Electricity Sector

  • State Grid Corporation of China    http://www.sgcc.com.cn/ywlm/index.shtml SGCC was established on December 29th, 2002. It is a government-owned enterprise approved by the State Council to conduct government authorized investment activities. SGCC was ranked the 8th in the Fortune Global 500 in 2010, seven ranks higher than 2009, and is the largest utility in the world. The mission of the company is to provide safe, economical, clean and sustainable electric power for social and economic development. The company’s core businesses are the construction and operation of power network that covers 26 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities. Its service area represents 88% of the national territory, supported by more than 1,500,000 employees to serve a population of over one billion.
  • China Southern Power Grid Corporation http://eng.csg.cn/ is one of the two state-owned enterprises established in 2002 according to the precept to reform the power system promulgated by the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, the other being State Grid Corporation of China. It takes charges of participating in the investment, construction and management of power transmission, transformation and distribution covering China‘s five southern Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan, Guizhou and Hainan. The company is headquartered in Guangzhou.
  • China Guodian Corporation http://www.cgdc.com.cn/home.jhtml  established on the basis of partial assets of former State Power Corporation of China, is one of the five largest nationwide power generation groups approved by the State Council of China in the power industry restructuring. China Guodian Corporation mainly engages in the development, investment, construction, operation and management of power generation, and the sales of power (and heat). It is involved in the investment, construction, operation and management of the business relevant to its core business, such as coal, power generation equipment, new energy, transportation, high-tech, environment protection, technological services and consultancy. Besides that it is also involved in both domestic and international financing, and international trade, economic cooperation, international project contracting and international laboring service.
  • China Datang Corporation http://www.cdtc.com.cn/en/index.html an extra large scaled power generation enterprise group established on the basis of the partial power generation assets of former State Power Corporation of China. It is a solely state-owned corporation directly managed by the CPC Central Committee and is the experimental state-authorized investment and state share-holding enterprise ratifi ed by the State Council. CDT is mainly specialized in such business as management of the state-owned assets invested by the state and owned by CDT; development, investment, construction, operation and management of power energy; organization of power (thermal) production and sales; electric power equipment manufacture, maintenance and commissioning; power technology development and consultation; contracting and consulting of electric power engineering and environmental protection projects, renewable energy development, conducting and acting as agent for import and export of commodities and technologies of various types, contracting of overseas projects and domestic projects through international bidding; exporting equipment and materials required by above-mentioned overseas projects, and sending labor force abroad required to carry out above-mentioned overseas projects.
  • China Huaneng Group http://www.chng.com.cn/eng/ a key state-owned company mainly engaged in the following business: development, investment, construction, operation and management of power sources; production and sale of power and heat; development, investment, construction, production, and sale of businesses and products related to finance, energy transportation, renewable energy, and environmental protection; industrial investment, operation and management. Since its inception in 1985, China Huaneng Group has been providing rich experience for the reform, development and technology advancement of the power industry, and has been playing an exemplary role for power companies in enhancing management level and economic benefits, and has been making great contribution in satisfying power demand for economic and social development, and in ensuring value preservation and increment of state-owned assets.
  • China Huadian Corporation http://eng.chd.com.cn/  is a wholly state-owned enterprise established at the end of 2002 with a registered capital of RMB 12 billion. CHD’s main businesses are generation and supply of electricity and heat, development of power-related primary energy such as coal and supply of pertinent technological service. By the end of 2009, China Huadian Corporation has boasted total installed capacity of 76970MW,including 62390MW of thermal power,13820MW of hydropower,and 760MW of wind power and other energies.Clean energies account for 24.3% of the total installed capacity.Its total assets valued as 330 billion RMB and the annual power output reached up to 300 billion kW/h in 2009.CHD owns 1000MV of ultra super-critical units,with the largest single-unit capacity in China and boasting the highest level in terms of domestic manufacturing.In addition,it has 600MV of air cooling units,the first of its kind in China,600MV of denitrification units,and 395MV of natural gas-powered electricity generation units,boasting the largest single-unit capacity.CHD has made unremitting efforts to tap into some clean energies including wind power,nuclear power,bio-energy,and solar power.
  • China Power Investment Corporation (CPI) http://eng.cpicorp.com.cn/  one of the five Gencos in China and a comprehensive energy group integrating industries of power, coal, aluminium, railway and port. Possessing assets in hydropower, thermal power, nuclear power and new energies, it is one of the three companies in China that can develop, build and operate nuclear power plants. Founded in 2002 with a registered capital of RMB 12 billion, by the end of 2011, CPI had installed capacity of 76.8GW, coal production capacity of 73.5 million tons, aluminium production capacity of 2.6 million tons, and total assets of RMB503.4 billion, up 8.6%, 1%, 25% and 14.3% respectively. In 2011, CPI produced 325.9TWh electricity, 60.68 million ton coal and 2.03 million ton aluminium, and its capacity of railway transportation reached 9.68 million tons, up 10.8%, 12.1%, 17.1% and 69% respectively. Besides, it also produced 618 ton polysilicon. As of the end of 2011, CPI’s revenues mounted to RMB157.6 billion, up 24%, and total profits hit RMB2.6 billion.
  • State Electricity Regulatory Commission http://www.serc.gov.cn/index-en.html    The State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC)is empowered by the State Council to perform administrative and regulatory duties with regard to the national electric power sector in accordance with laws and regulations. Its major responsibilities are: 1.Be responsible for the overall regulation of the national power sector, establish a unified system for electricity regulation and exercise direct leadership over its local branches. 2.Develop laws and regulations, as well as relevant amendments, on electricity regulation, formulate regulatory rules for the sector; and establish rules for electricity market operations. 3.Be involved in the formulation of the national plan for the sector development; propose development plans for electricity markets and the designs for regional power markets. Examine and approve operational mode for electricity markets, and the set-up of electric power trading bodies.4.Regulate the operation of electricity market, standardize market order, and ensure a level-playing field, regulate transmission, distribution and non-competitive generation businesses.
  • China Electricity Council http://english.cec.org.cn/AboutUs.html a consolidated organization of all China’s power enterprises and institutions, which is also a non-profit social and economic organization. China Electricity Council operates under the supervision of the State Electricity Regulatory Commission.   Providing service is the main mission of China Electricity Council. CEC commits itself to serving the government and the society, enforcing industrial management to serve the whole power sector in accordance with the industrial rules and regulations, and undertaking consulting service at the request of its members. Since the founding of China Electricity Council, under the guidance of the government bodies concerned, with the support from all members, a great deal of work has been done by CEC in execution of government’s macro control over the power industry, in pushing the enterprises into the market and in safeguarding the legal rights and interests of its members and all enterprises in the power sector, thus bridging the government and enterprises. Also above work has been done based on the demands of restructuring and developing of the power industry and practical condition of power construction, production and operation. The aim of China Electricity Council is performing as a society and industry representative, just, and modern industry association with service-oriented functions, inter-discipline talents, trans-regional network and high operating efficiency, thus to contribute more to the development of the power industry in China.
  • China Power Engineering Consulting Group Corporation (CPECGC) http://www.cpecc.net/xasp/english/corporation.htm CPECC is the largest corporation for electric power planning, survey and engineering in China. Its business scope includes: electric power development planning, power project engineering review and evaluation, as well as consulting, supervision,EPC project etc. It is the professional organization for evaluating thermal power projects authorized by NDRC (the National Development and Reform Committee).CPECC holds six regional electric power design institutes, i.e. the Design Institutes of Northeast China, East China, Central South China, Northwest China, Southwest China, and North China Power Engineering Co., Ltd., and one consultant company−the China Power Construction Engineering Consulting Corporation as well as one planning institute —the Electric Power Planning and Engineering Institute.
  • China National Heavy Machinery Corporation http://chmc2003.com:8640/gsjj.htm  Established in 1980, China National Heavy Machinery Corporation is a company specialized in working as the main contractor and management for projects for supplying complete set of electric and mechanical equipment. In 1998, CHMC is one of the 500 Strong companies in China for import and export business. CHMC has contracted projects in the industries of metallurgy, mine, port terminals, building material, forging and press, urban water supply, environment protection, power generating, bridge construction, grain stores, airport construction, urban construction, chemical industry, water conservancy, and nuclear power etc.
  • China National Electrical Engineering Co. Ltd,  http://www.cneec.com.cn/english/
  • China State Power Information Network  http://www.sp-china.com/ has been constructed and operated by China Electric Power Information Center since 1997. It was the portal web site of former State Power Corporation. Going with the power institutional reform, establishment of two large power grid corporations and five electricity generation groups, the aiming of this web site had also been changed, and became the portal web site of the Power industry. The website is aiming at publicizing the development and achievement of China power industry; committing to serve to power industry, power system and power enterprises; becoming all-facet, multi-tiered integrated platform for publicizing and reporting the policies, reform and technology development of electric power industry; becoming a platform for communication within electric power enterprises; becoming a window for introducing China electric power industry to foreign countries via interactive activities between SP web site and users. China Electric Power Information Center is a high-tech-based enterprise which provided services and operated in the field of electric power informatization, of which its core business is: to operate and maintain the national electric power information network so as to provide direct service to electric power production, management, decision making; to develop on-line information resources and undertake value-adding services of on-line information so as to become the largest power information and consultation provider and a famous information brand representing the image of electric power industry.

Hydropower Companies and Related State Bodies

  • Sinohydro Corporation (Sinohydro) http://eng.sinohydro.com/en/index.asp is a network of highly responsive companies with comprehensive solutions from conception and engineering, construction, manufacturing/installing electrical and mechanical equipment. Its companies, all with strong local roots and close ties with local cultures, are covered by a management system that ensures overall consistency and cohesion.
  • China Three Gorges Project Development Corporation (CTGPC) http://www.ctg.com.cn/en/ As part of the initiative to build the Three Gorges Project and develop the Yangtze River, the China Three Gorges Project Corporation was founded in September 1993. CTGPC is a wholly state-owned enterprise with registered capital of RMB 111.598 billon. As at December 31, 2009, CTGPC had total assets of RMB 280.98 billion and a state-owned equity of RMB 169.85 billion. It employs a workforce of 11,403 people, including 11,909 in active duty, comprising of 3,698 employees with a bachelor’s degree or higher academic attainment, 2 members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 71 experts receiving special government subsidies, and 2 “national-class experts with outstanding contributions”. CTGPC is strategically positioned to become a clean energy conglomerate specializing in large-scaled hydropower development and operation. CTGPC’s principal operations include hydropower project engineering, construction and management, electricity production, and provision of related technical services. CTGPC manages the construction and operation of the Three Gorges Project. The construction of the Three Gorges Project was officially launched on December 14, 1994, followed by successful river closure on November 8, 1997. The Central Government has authorized CTGPC to develop the hydroelectric resources in the mainstream and tributaries of the upper reaches of the Yangtze River and to build four massive hydropower plants at Xiluodu, Xiangjiaba, Wudongde, and Baihetan. The construction of the hydropower plants at Xiluodu and Xiangjiaba began in 2005 and 2006, respectively; these projects are expected to become operational in 2013 and 2012, respectively.
  • China International Water and Electric Corporation http://219.237.219.18/, as international wing of CTG. has been practicing water resources and hydropower engineering for 55 years. We have a reputation as being one of the first few state-owned corporations approved by China State Council to undertake international contracting projects since 1980s. CWE was officially established in August, 1983. By June, 2010, CWE has completed over 700 international contracts in more than 60 countries and regions, with total contract value exceeding USD 8.0 billion, contributed tremendously to China’s “Going Global” strategy. It is this reputation for construction excellence that makes us one of the Top 225 International Contractors continuously for 21 years and one of the Top 200 International Design Firms continuously for 10 years ranked by McGraw-Hill Construction Engineering News-Record magazine. As an important vehicle to implement the “Going Global” strategy for CTGC, CWE will focus on the design, contracting and consultancy of international hydropower projects, as well as the development and investment of international resources and technology, with a view to gradually implementing the development strategy of CTGC in international hydropower industry. CWE’s development goal is to build itself into a large advanced international clean energy enterprise with integration of investment, building, operation and management through unremitting efforts.
  • China Gezhouba (Group Corporation) http://www.gzbgj.com/english/index.aspx  was founded in 1970 when all the elites in hydroelectric field came all over the nation to build the Gezhouba Hydroelectric Project. Thirty years’ development has seen it grow into a colossal State-Owned Enterprise. Its business scope includes infrastructure construction, investment, hydroelectrical works and highways as well as real estate.  CGGC and its branches have proved contracting capability in hydroelectric works and other thirty fields. It is the main contractor of the Three Gorges Hydroelectric Project.  It has also wholly or partially contracted and constructed over 100 large hydroelectric projects and approximately 3000 nuclear power stations, thermal power stations, substation and transmission works, highways, railways, bridges, dikes, docks, ports, environment protection works, communication works and housing.
  • The China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research http://www.iwhr.com/english/basic.asp  was established in 1958 by merging three organizations, namely, the Water Resources Research Institute under the Ministry of Water Resources, the Hydropower Research Institute under the Ministry of Electric Power Industry, and the Institute of Hydraulic Research under the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Disbanded in 1969 and reorganized in February 1978, now the Institute is affiliated with the Ministry of Water Resources. It was renamed as the China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research in 1994.
  • Ministry of Water Resources, http://www.mwr.gov.cn/english/ the Chinese Government Department responsible for water administration, was founded in October, 1949. The Ministry of Water Resources ensures water resources are rationally developed and utilized; formulates water resources development strategies, plans and policies; provides draft legislations and promulgate water administrative rules and regulations; makes integrated river basin management plans and flood control plans for major rivers and lakes. Makes proposals of total investment and water projects with fixed assets and plans of national fiscal funds, review and verify fixed assets investment projects within the national plan and the scale of a yearly plan in accordance with the authorization granted by the State Council. Puts forward and organizes the implementation of water project investment plan of the Central Government. Its Bureau of Rural Hydropower and Electrification Development http://www.mwr.gov.cn/english/d13.html provides guidance to rural hydropower development, and formulates and implements policies, regulations, strategies, technical norms on rural hydropower development; organizes investigations, and takes charge of establishment of information system and survey of hydropower potential; directs formulation and implementation of rural hydropower development plan, manages permit for hydropower development in rural areas, study on charging the utilization of water energy resources; undertakes investigation and approval of rural hydropower development programs subsidized by the Central Government, and involve in appraisal process of hydropower project construction programs; quality control and security of rural hydropower development projects, and participates in serious safety accident treatment; provides guidance on reform of management system for rural hydropower development and ownership system; provides guidance on construction and rehabilitation of hydropower network in rural areas; organizes formulation and implementation of rural electrification plan, and direct construction and post-assessment of rural electrification counties; organizes formulation and implementation of the plan of small hydropower for fuel; and provide guidance to technology advancement and training of rural hydropower, and undertakes statistics of national water energy development in rural areas and hydropower complex for comprehensive utilization.
  • Chinese National Committee on Large Dams www.chincold.org.cn/  China applied to join the International Committee on Large Dams in December 1973; the application was officially accepted in the 42nd Executive Conference held in Athens in April, 1974. Since then, China has become a member of the ICOLD, a non-government organization established in 1928, and is one of 90 member countries. The Chinese National Committee on Large Dams is the channel of international activity for Chinese engineers in the field of dam technology; it participates in activities of the ICOLD on behalf of China, aims to carry out academic exchange and cooperation through the Chinese experts in ICOLD, and promotes the development of dam technology and civil engineering technology.
  • International Network on Small Hydro Power (IN-SHP) http://www.inshp.org/ has dedicated its efforts to promote global SHP development with the aim of rural electrification. Our headquarters, the International Center on Small Hydro Power (IC-SHP) is based in Hangzhou, China. We emphasize the importance of the positive environmental aspect of electricity generation through small hydropower and the beneficial socio-economic effects rural electrification by means of SHP has on the rural communities. It is co-sponsored by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the United Nations Industry Development Organization (UNIDO), the Ministry of Water Resources (MWR) and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation (MOFTEC) of the People’s Republic of China.
  • Hangzhou Regional Center for Small Hydro Power http://www.hrcshp.org Co-sponsored by the United Nations Development Program and the Chinese government, Hangzhou Regional Center for Small Hydro Power (HRC) was established in 1981. The mission of HRC is to promote development of small hydro power (SHP) by conducting training, R+D, consultation, design and information dissemination etc for the developing countries.  Under the Center, there are 6 divisions, i.e. HRC Secretariat, Administrative Office, New Technology R+D Division for Medium & Small Hydro, Planning & Design Institute for Medium & Small Hydro, Yatai Construction Supervision Consultation Co Ltd and HRC Service Center.

Coal Companies and related state bodies

  • Shenhua Group Corporation Ltd http://www.shenhuagroup.com.cn/english/about0us/profile0of0shenhua/index.shtml Shenhua Group Corporation Limited, as a state-owned enterprise (“SOE”) established upon approval by the State Council in October 1995, is a key SOE under direct supervision by the central government. It is a large coal-based integrated energy enterprise with businesses of coal, power generation, railway transport, port, shipping, coal liquefaction and chemicals, and runs a complete supply chain covering production, transportation and trade. It is also the largest and most modernized coal company in China and the largest coal supplier in the world, ranked among the World’s Top 500. Its main business scope includes running of state-owned assets authorized by the State Council; development of resources products (such as coal); investment and management in such sectors as electric power generation, thermal power generation, port, railway transport, shipping, coal-toliquids and coal-to-chemicals; and planning, organization, coordination and management of production and operation of the subsidiaries of the Shenhua Group in the above-mentioned sectors. China Shenhua Energy Company Limited, solely initiated by Shenhua Group, is cross listed in Stock Exchanges of Hong Kong and Shanghai.
  • China Coal Energy Company Ltd http://www.chinacoal.com/n753578/n754320/index.html a joint stock limited company,was exclusively initiated by China National Coal Group Corporation on August 22, 2006. China Coal Energy was successfully listed in Hong Kong on December 19, 2006 and finalized a Share issue in February 2008. China Coal Energy has been one of the large energy conglomerate which integrates relevant engineering and technological service businesses comprising coal production and trading, coal chemical, coal mining equipment manufacturing, pit mouth power generation, coal mine design etc. China Coal Energy boasts abundant coal resources and its coal reserves rank the fifth place among all the listed coal enterprises in the world and the second place in China. Coal production of China Coal Energy reached 100.37 million tons in 2008 and China Coal Energy is the second largest coal enterprise and the largest manufacturer of coal mining equipment in China. It also enjoys the title of one of the largest coal exporter and independent coking enterprises in China.
  • China National Coal Group Corp. http://www.chinacoal.com/n1071/n89484/index.html  China National Coal Group Corp. (abbreviated as ChinaCoal or the Group), previously known as China National Coal Import and Export Corporation (CNCIEC) which was established in July 1982, is one of the key state-owned enterprises under the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council. Now it has become one of the most distinctive conglomerates in the Chinese coal industry after several rounds of asset restructuring. ChinaCoal’s core businesses comprise: coal production and trade, coal chemical, coal-bed methane exploration, pit-mouth power generation, coal mine construction, coal mining equipment manufacturing and relevant engineering technical services. ChinaCoal  now has 21 subsidiaries of wholly-owned, holding or equally shared and 4 overseas offices, and partly owns 11 other companies.
  • Coalworld http://www.coalworld.net/ China’s premier coal portal co-sponsored by the China Coal Transport and Distribution Association(CCTD) and the Sub-council of Coal Industry, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade(Coal-CCPIT), designed to enhance cooperation between China and the rest of the world in the coal industry. COALWorld.net provides international users with most reliable and timely information on the Chinese coal industry, especially on the Chinese coal market, ranging from government policies, latest market developments to market trend, combining news, data and analysis. Also, COALWorld.net covers major coal-consuming industries in China, such as electric power, building materials, petrochemicals, steel. COALWorld.net is committed to provide quality services to its registered members and publication subscribers. COALWorld.net relies on its in-house contingent of coal analysts, consultants and experts to offer tailed consulting services to international clients.
  • China Mining Association http://www.chinamining.org/ A juridical association approved by the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, with members ranging over the whole mining industry. The association mainly consists of, on a voluntary basis, domestic and overseas mining corporations (including oil fields), geological prospecting enterprises, nation-wide mining industry associations, province-level mining industry associations (unions), mining industry related scientific research institutes and academies, as well as the mining areas and cities. The principle of the association is to serve the mining corporations and the government, and to promote the development of mining industry, following the internal law and development process of mining industry, acting as a bridge and link between the mining industries and the government.
  • China Coal Information Institute & National Institute for Occupational Safety (CCII&NIOS)  http://www.nios.com.cn/index_en.html CII&NIOS always puts the information research on safety and coal industry in the first place, providing valuable information support and policy-making consultancy to national occupational safety and coal industry development. A leading research institute at national level, with more than600 quality employees including a number of well known specialists, professors, PhD holders, and overseas returnees among other capable research fellows. The main business of CCII&NIOS covers information research, publication of books and periodicals, audio & video products, printing shop and property management. CCII&NIOS has implemented a number of international projects successfully and established the cooperative relationship with the governmental departments and companies in more than 20 countries including USA, UK, Germany, Australia, Japan and with the international organizations such as United Nations Development Programme, World Bank, and Asian Development Bank,  etc.
  • China Coal Resource http://en.sxcoal.com/ Founded by Fenwei Energy in 1998, China Coal Resource (CCR) is the only commercial English website in China’s coal and coke industry. The website is maintained by more than 360 staffs spreading all over China, which ensures our quick response to the coal market and major events. Presently, CCR is the most convenient portal for foreign enterprises to understand Chinese coal and related industries in order to make smart investment and/or trading decisions. Through close cooperation with local coal bureaus, industry associations, customs and port operators as well as key steel mills and power plants throughout China, we collect the most up-to-date prices and statistical data (i.e. production, imp & exp, stocks, etc.). Moreover, prior to entries to the database, the data has been screened and verified by our research analysts to ensure the quality. Thanks to more than ten years of perseverance and concerted efforts, the database system has become the most comprehensive and time sensitive information system for the Chinese coal market in terms of price, stock, production and consumption, etc.

Nuclear Energy, Companies and Related State Bodies

  • China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) http://www.cnnc.com.cn/tabid/141/Default.aspx  is the large state-owned enterprise under the direct management of the central government. Historically, CNNC successfully developed the atomic bomb, hydrogen bomb and nuclear submarines and built the fist nuclear plant in the main land of China. CNNC is the main body of the national nuclear techonology industry, the core of the national strategic nuclear deterrence and the main force of the national nuclear power development and nuclear power construction, and shoulders the duel historical responsibilities for building of national defense force, increasing the value of state assets and developing the society.
  • China State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation http://www.snptc.com.cn/en/   is a key State-Owned Corporation established with investments from the State Council and the four large State-owned Corporations. It is authorized by the State Council to sign contracts with foreign parties to receive the transferred 3rd generation nuclear power technology; to execute the relevant engineering design and project management. SNPTC is a key entity and platform for the 3rd generation nuclear power technology introduction, project construction and Self-Reliance development. SNPTC is the general contractor of the first four AP1000 units in the world being built in China and the developer of CAP1400, the state-of-the-art 3rd generation passive plant.
  • China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group http://www.gnptc.com/n1093/n463576/n463598/index.html  A large corporation under the leadership of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) of the State Council, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Holding Co., Ltd. (CGNPC) was established in September 1994 with a registered capital of RMB 10.2 billion with nuclear power as its core business. With CGNPC as its core enterprise, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group (CGNPG) is comprised of more than twenty wholly-owned or controlling subsidiaries. GNPG currently owns Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station (GNPS) and Ling Ao Nuclear Power Station (LNPS) Phase I with nearly 4000 MWe of installed generating capacity.  LNPS Phase II, Liaoning Hongyanhe Phase I, Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station (YNPS) Phase I and Ningde Nuclear Power Station Phase I involve over 10,000 MWe of installed generating capacity, which are currently under construction.  As of February 28, 2007, the total assets of CGNPG stand at RMB 60.2 billion with its net assets valued at RMB 26.3 billion. As compared with the net asset of RMB 3.24 billion when founded, this is an 8-fold increase which have successfully guaranteed the maintenance and appreciation of national asset.
  • Nuclear Power Institute of China http://www.npic.net.cn/index.php The Nuclear Power Institute of China (NPIC), set up in 1965 is the largest comprehensive base in China for nuclear reactor engineering research, design, testing and operation. Its main task is to study and design the nuclear power installation as well as the R&D and application of other types of reactors. It is the cradle for nuclear power engineering in China. NPIC is now a large nuclear power research institute integrating both scientific research and engineering design. NPIC has established a complete research and development system, including nuclear power engineering design, equipment assembly and supply of NSSS, reactor operation and application research, reactor engineering test and research, nuclear fuel and material research, isotope production, nuclear technology application research and services, etc. NPIC is currently staffed by more than 2,400 professionals, and among them there are more than 1,700 professors, senior engineers, and engineers, and 3 academicians of Chinese Academy of Engineering. NPIC has established 90 laboratories including two national key laboratories and two national energy R&D centers covering more than 50 subjects and specialties. Until recently, more than 1,500 national or provincial (ministerial) awards have been granted to NPIC, together with more than 100 patents. It also has established the postdoctoral mobile research station and the doctorial and master degree conferring unit for several subjects in China. Since its foundation, 7 nuclear facilities have been designed and constructed by NPIC on self-reliance such as the 1st High Flux Engineering Test Reactor in China, and therefore NPIC is praised as the reactor valley in China. In the “615” base constructed in 1990s, there are 18 large scale test installations for R&D of reactor engineering which are the most advanced in China and almost in the world.
  • China Institute of Atomic Energy http://www.ciae.ac.cn/eng/index.htm China Institute of Atomic Energy (CIAE), originating from The Institute of Modern Physics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, was founded in 1950. CIAE is the cradle of nuclear science and technology in China, and also a comprehensive R&D base which is in a leading, fundamental and forward looking position in nuclear field.
  • China Nuclear Energy Association http://www.china-nea.cn/html/About_CNEA/index.html a national non-profit nongovernmental organization, established on April 18, 2007. Its objective is to contribute as a bridge for CNEA’s members to link with the government and the foreign counterparts. The CNEA’s missions are to implement throughout the national policies on nuclear energy development, promote industrial independent innovation and technical advance, and support for improving safety, reliability and economics of nuclear energy utilization. So, CNEA performs the following duties: Organizing communication and cooperation between the members and the government; Helping arrange the international exchange for its members with foreign associations and enterprises; Carrying out studies on nuclear energy situation, industry development strategy and other key issues, shaping market predict and economic analysis; Organizing the peer reviews for operational NPPs; Organizing assessment on nuclear power projects under construction and experience exchange; Organizing to disseminate information and knowledge concerning nuclear energy utilization and building nuclear safety culture; Organizing post training for nuclear energy staff; and Offering technical consultation and special technical services under authorization by the government and enterprises.

 

Energy Conservation Companies and related state bodies

  • China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group http://www.cecep.cn/g489.aspx  the flagship enterprise in the fields of energy conservation, emission reduction and environment protection  in China. China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group, referred to CECEP, established in 1988 in response to the second oil crisis. Since its establishment, CECEP has been working to promote energy saving and environmental protection technology and projects. It is responsible for the investment of RMB 23 billion yuan in national energy conservation capital construction projects, brings more than RMB 30 billion yuan local investment, promotes 13 major categories, and accomplished more than 3,000 major projects. CECEP is a state-owned enterprise, which is fully sponsored and owned by the central government. The corporation has 172 wholly owned and holding subsidiaries with over  30,000 employees. which is the strongest, largest and most competitive industry group in the field of energy conservation and environmental protection in China. CECEP currently covers three major business areas: Energy conservation and Emission Reduction services, environment protection (treatment of waste water, solid waste and waste gas), clean technology and new energy.

 

Chinese Renewable Energy Companies, Industry Groupings,  Related State Bodies, and International Renewable Energy Technology Transfer Cooperation

General

  • World Bank China Renewable Energy Scale-Up Program  (CRESP) www.cresp.org.cn The China Renewable Energy Scale-up Program (CRESP) has been developed by the Government of China (GOC) in cooperation with the World Bank (WB) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) to provide assistance with the implementation of a renewable energy policy development and investment program. It aims to: i) study the current renewable energy resources status; ii) learn from the experiences of developed countries in the development of renewable energy; iii) study and formulate renewable energy development policy in China; iv) implement renewable energy scale-up development v) provide cost-effective and commercial renewable energy electricity to the electric power market; and vi) replace coal-fired generation and reduce the local and global negative environmental impacts. One of the key tasks of the CRESP is to increase the access to information on Chinese Renewable Energy to facilitate a better understanding of the Renewable Energy environment in China. This increase in information flow includes outputs from the CRESP itself, but also the provision of information from the wider Renewable Energy field in China where information is plentiful, but not necessarily easy to find.
  • China Renewable Energy Society, http://www.cres.org.cn/english/20110116112.html composed of professionals working on the field of Renewable Energy science and technologies in China. CRES is a registered non-profit juridical association; it is a component part of China Association for Science and Technology. Its purpose is: To unite the professionals throughout the field of Renewable Energy for carrying out the research work on Renewable Energy policy, science and technology, and develop and promote the international academic exchanges and cooperation; To facilitate the contacts between China and all countries throughout the world in the field of Renewable Energy science and technology, and promote the development of Renewable Energy undertaking in China; To contribute the coordination and development of Renewable Energy, economy, society and environment in China. CRES was founded in September, 1979. It has multidisciplinary and multifunctional feature, involves many fields including solar photovoltaic and thermal, wind, Biomass, hydrogen, marine, geothermal, fuel cell, natural gas hydrate, and so on. CRES is one of the most influential learned societies in the field of researches on Renewable Energy policy and technology in china today. CRES is the membership of International Solar Energy Society (ISES), International Association for Hydrogen Energy (IAHE) and World Wind Energy Association (WWEA). CRES edits the journals of Acta Solar Energy, Solar Energy and publishes domestically and overseas.
  • China National Renewable Energy Centre http://www.cnrec.org.cn/English/ the national institution for assisting China’s energy authorities in renewable energy (RE) policy research, and industrial management and coordination. CNREC will research RE development strategy, planning, policy and regulation; coordinate, regulate and implement industrial standardisation; keep track of the development trend for RE industry and technology; push the establishment and improvement of the system for RE technology and product testing and certificating; implement, monitor and assess national pilot projects; manage and coordinate international and regional cooperation etc. CNREC’s establishment is an important part of the Sino-Danish Renewable Energy Development Programme, a joint effort between China and Denmark which aims a developing the RE technology and the capability of the authorities to manage the rapid development for renewable energy in China. Its mission is: o conduct comprehensive policy, strategy and planning research, in support of national and regional governmental decision-making, and as a service to the renewable energy industry; to conduct research in the field of RE industry establishment and development, as well as implementing public systems for standardisation, testing and certification; To manage and implement national energy demonstration project, taking the responsibility of program design, call for proposals, supervision and assessment of implementation;  To initiate, coordinate, monitor, and analyse national and international key demonstration and development projects in order to systematise experiences for the benefit of policy decisions and the wider sector community; To capture national and international sector data for analysis and provide research-based information services on renewable energy matters to stakeholders and users nationally and internationally and thereby act as a hub for international exchange and collaboration in the field of RE policy research; To carry out extensive international exchanges and cooperation and assist in the management of the international renewable energy cooperation projects
  • The China Greentech Initiative http://www.china-greentech.com/  accelerates the success of our Chinese and international Partner companies in China’s greentech markets. Leveraging our insight-enabled platform, we help our Partners: a) Make informed decisions on emerging market opportunities, b) Develop commercial partnerships based on meaningful industry and policy maker relationship, c) Position themselves as thought leaders and educate stakeholders with the co-branded China Greentech Report and other publications. CGTI integrates commercial and policy organizations with strategic capabilities to create a one-of-a-kind, insight-enabled platform focused on accelerating China’s Greentech markets. Now in its fifth year, the CGTI Partner Program consists of more than 500 senior decision makers coming from 100+ commercial and policy organizations. Partnering organizations include technology buyers and sellers, service providers, investors and policy makers. Partners (the participants) in CGTI’s Partner Program are empowered by CGTI’s strategic research, ecosystem development, partner services, online services and market promotion. Guided by the China Greentech Council, a leadership group within the Partner Program, the 2012 Partner Program agenda focuses on five priority market plays: next generation energy value chain; energy, water and waste in the built environment; electric vehicles; low carbon zones; and sustainability.
  • China Clean Energy Network http://en.21ce.cc/ a comprehensive, bilingual information platform devoted to China’s clean energy industries. China’s emerging clean energy industries are developing at breakneck pace, at the behest of China’s central government and 30 years of unprecedented economic growth. Opportunities abound in China’s clean energy industries, and CCEN stands at the forefront, equipped with years of industry experience and a vast local network. CCEN has established itself as a vital business communication platform for both domestic and overseas energy enterprises, bridging gaps between private industry, government and academic institutions. CCEN’s aim is to operate in a productive and cooperative atmosphere, fostering communication and providing business services and industry contacts to those who need it. Our professional website is committed to providing news and up-to-date information on both domestic and overseas clean energy companies, individual projects, government policy and initiatives. We cover the spectrum of clean energy: biomass, wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, nuclear, energy efficiency, carbon emission reduction and carbon trade. Reports, articles and interviews cover emergent technologies, market news, project information and updates, investment opportunities and important deals. We provide a valuable reference point for enterprises seeking to stay on top of industry trends and formulate business action plans. Our clients include policy-makers, private companies, industry associations, academic institutions, financial investors, energy generation and distribution firms, manufacturing enterprises, research institutes, consulting firms, chambers of commerce and more. CCEN’s team boasts a wealth of expertise and experience in the fields of clean energy, journalism, IT and finance. Combined with an extensive and well-maintained network of industry and governmental relations and agency affiliations, we are well-positioned to remain one of the most reliable, well-respected and influential online platform in clean energy field. 
  • The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH in China  http://www.environmental-policy.cn/ The federally owned Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH* , an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations, has been operating in China for almost 30 years. As an instrument of bilateral cooperation, we act on behalf of the German government and in the interests of both Germany and China. GIZ provides policy advice to support China’s reform process to build a harmonious, resource-saving society and strive for a balance between economic growth, social equality and environmental protection. The challenges surrounding a low carbon economy feature highly on GIZ’s agenda. Capacity building for partner-country experts is a key component of our services. We constantly adjust the performance profile of GIZ to accommodate the pace of change in the Chinese reform process. Often, the distinctly German social and ecological market economy serves as a model. In China, GIZ operates in fields where German participants have solid experience and competitive advantages. Cooperation with German businesses is a key component of our projects. As a public-benefit, federally owned enterprise, we support the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. GIZ operates in more than 130 countries worldwide on behalf of the German Government and other public and private sector clients.
  • Sino-Danish Renewable Energy Development Programme www.cnred.org.cn  a five-year programme (2009-2013), jointly developed by the Chinese and Danish governments. It is aimed at institutional capacity building and technology innovation for renewable energy development. The agreement between the governments of the People’s Republic of China and of the Kingdom of Demark regarding Renewable Energy Development (RED) was signed by the Ministry of Commerce, P.R. China, and the Royal Embassy of Demark on December 2008. The funding by the Danish government totals 100 million Danish Kroner (equivalent to about 130 million RMB). The National Energy Administration, P. R. China, is the national executing agency.
  • Azure International  www.azure-international.com  a leading investment and advisory company focused on China’s cleantech energy sector. Founded in 2003, we have a team of 20+ local and international professionals based in China with backgrounds in engineering, marketing, manufacturing, consulting, policy, government relations and finance. In addition to deep advisory capabilities in renewable energy, energy efficiency, carbon management, and energy finance, we have proven capability to invest in and accelerate the development of clean energy companies.  Our portfolio and partner companies have achieved both significant commercial success and returns to investors. Azure provides the necessary expertise and execution capabilities in China to lead relationship development with government and strategic partners, project execution, sourcing, sales and technology development – all with deep understanding of Chinese and international requirements.

Wind (large scale)

China Wind Power Center (CWPC) http://www.cwpc.cn/cwpc/en/ Your 1-stop source for information on wind power in China. The China Wind Power Center (CWPC) is a platform for information on wind power in China. It is supported by the Sino-German China Wind Power (Research & Training) Project (CWPP) and administered in cooperation with the Chinese Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI). Pronounced objective of the website is to increase transparency in the wind power sector and provide a platform for the free collection, exchange and access of authoritative information on all things wind power in China. Through increased flow of information and transparency, in order to promote the successful long-term development of wind power and establish the conditions necessary to facilitate the establishment of power generated from wind as one of the pillars in China’s energy mix, the website aims to make a contribution to the efficient utilization of wind power potential and thereby the abatement of CO2 emissions in China.The  Information section contains a comprehensive overview of the wind power sector in China. Find out about the players in energy policy-making and keep track of the latest changes in the policy framework. Have a look at our informative diagrams to get up to speed on the development of wind turbine installations in China. With our wind farm map and our searchable wind farm database. You have detailed information on each individual wind farm in China at Your fingertips. Consult our comprehensive listing of wind industry players to gain an overview of the Chinese wind power industry. The Technology section provides an introduction into the most important technical issues affecting wind power development in general, and in China in particular. Along with an overview of the technical issue at hand, we aim to provide you with a summary of the specific situation and challenges in China.   Our answer to the current lack of qualified personnel in the Chinese wind power industry is the Training section. It offers detailed information on the existing programs for wind power vocational training and university education in China. As soon as available, You will also find information and access to wind power online training courses here. Under Services we provide You with all the additional information and resources you need. The CWPC News Service and our web links will help keep You up-to-date on what goes on in wind power in China, while the announcements inform You on upcoming wind power events and the latest additions to our Downloads section. Click Projects and you will find information on international development cooperation projects striving to support a sustained development of wind power in China. Last but not least, the Downloads section offers wind power studies as well as other interesting publications and presentations for download.

  • Dongfang Electric Corporation (DEC) http://www.dongfang.com.cn/ is one of the largest backbone enterprise groups under the direct administration of Chinese Central Government. a comprehensive group specialized in manufacturing industry, R&D of cutting edge technology, contracting international engineering projects, exporting complete plants and equipment, and international economic and technical cooperation. Due to its distinguished capacity and contribution, DEC represents the top class technological and manufacturing level for China’s heavy machinery and equipment industry, and is appointed by the Central Government as one of the most important state-owned enterprise groups concerning the national economy of the country. The company is one of largest wind turbine manufactures in the country,http://www.dongfang.com.cn/index.php/business?subCategory=RenewableEnergy Through the international technical collaboration and R&D by DEC itself, presently DEC can manufacture and supply Wind Turbine Generator  sets with unit capacity covering 1MW, 1.5MW, 2MW, 2.5MW, which are suitable for different wind conditions and climate requirements. The annual production of capacity will reach up to more than 2000 sets in 2010.
  • Goldwind  http://www.goldwindglobal.com/web/index.do Founded in 1998, Goldwind is one of the largest wind turbine manufacturers in the world with operations in Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas. Goldwind´s integrated business model encompasses research and development, manufacturing, and comprehensive turnkey solutions including wind resources evaluation, feasibility studies, siting calculation, project management and diagnosis, project financing and O&M.
  • Sinovel http://www.sinovel.com/en/index.aspx Sinovel Wind Group Co., Ltd. is China’s first specialized high-tech enterprise engaged in independent development, design, manufacturing and sale of large-scale onshore, offshore and intertidal series of wind turbines which are adaptable to a global variety of wind resources and environmental conditions. In recent years, Sinovel has achieved great-leap-forward development. Its global industry ranking rose to the second place from the previous seventh place; whilst in China, Sinovel has been ranking No.1 for three consecutive years.
  • Ming Yang Wind Power Group Limited  http://www.mywind.com.cn/English/Index.aspx   founded in 2006, was listed on New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) main board on October 1, 2010, ranking 4th at home and 10th in the world. Being committed to design, manufacturing, sale and services of megawatt-class wind turbines and integrated solutions of clean energy, Ming Yang bases itself on China’s fast-growing wind power industry to steadily advance its services all over the world.Ming Yang established five industry bases in Zhongshan, Tianjin, Jilin, Inner Mongolia and Jiangsu and set up such industry-leading professional research and development institutions as Denmark Wind Energy R&D Center of Europe, North America R&D Center of the USA, Post-Doctoral Scientific Research Station and Wind Power Equipment Manufacturing Institute of Guangdong Province. Giving full play to its technical advantages of “high capacity, high availability and low cost”, Ming Yang, by means of joint exploration, developed 1.5MW series products of independent intellectual property rights that are suitable various wind regimes in China, including Anti-Typhoon models, anti-low temperature models, plateau models, intertidal models, low wind speed models and onshore models. The new-generation super compact drive (SCD) wind turbines were first launched in May, 2010, having formed the industrial scale of 2.5/3.0MW wind turbine.
  • Avic Huiteng Windpower Equipment,  http://www.htblade.com/Eindex.html established in Baoding National New & High-tech Industry Zone in 18th Jan 2001. Now HT’s registered capital reaches 5 Million RMB. HT is one high-tech enterprise specialized in wind turbine blades and related products design, development, production and sales, providing a variety of wind turbine blades and products installation, maintenance, technical consult and technology transfer services.HT mainly develops and manufactures series of wind turbine blade and related GRP components. HT has completed the development and commercialization for 28 kinds of blade in 11 types, including 600kw, 750kW, 850kW, 1.0MW, 1.2MW, 1.25MW, 1.3MW, 1.5MW(34m and 38m) 2.0MW, 2.5MW and 3.0MW
  • Lianyungang Zhongfu Lianzhong Composites Group Co., Ltd. http://www.lzfrp.com/en/profile.asp?classid=7  belongs to China Composites Group Co., which is the sub company of China National Building Material Group Corporation. The company was founded in 1987, with more than 2000 employees including 458 technicians. With the research, design, production and service of composites products, zhongfu Lianzhong has developed into a national key enterprise producing rotor blades, pipes, tanks, cylinders and high pressure pipes as its main products. After imported 1.5MW class rotor blade’s production line and technology from Germany in 2005, the company carries out continuous technical innovation. Many technologies and products filled the blank in domestic. In January 2007, CNBM purchased successfully the second enterprise of manufacturing and developing rotor blade in Germany. Now the company possesses ten type of megawatt rotor blade in ten series with about 20 production line. In 2008 the company produced about 1000 sets of megawatt blades and become the largest megawatt blades manufacturing company in domestic, and batch exported to Argentina and become the first rotor blade manufacturer who achieved batch exportation. Zhongfu Lianzhong now has customer groups of high quality, such as SINOVEL, DEC, GOLDWIND, SEC, XEMC, depending on continuous technology innovation and high quality products and good after-sale service. The successive start of production bases in Shenyang, Jiuquan and Baotou showed the scale advantage. In 2009 the annual capacity will be 3000 sets of rotor blades.
  • Shanghai FRP Research Institute http://www.shfrp.com/html/en/list_981.html  is located at Fengxian District of Shanghai. It covers an area of about 120,000 square meters. As a Shanghai High-Tech Enterprise, SHFRP is a technological and industrial entity which integrates scientific research, development, manufacture, service and trade. It has passed GJB9001A-2001 and GB/T19001-2000 (idt.ISO9001:2000) quality management system certifications. Founded in 1960, SHFRP specializes in research and development of performance, structure and processing technology of FRP/ composites and special inorganic nonmetallic materials. Up to now, SHFRP has undertaken hundreds of national R&D projects that deal with tackling key technological problems and developing new products, and already obtained more that one hundred significant technological achievements in FRP/composites fields. In the R&D of composite wind turbine blades for the green emerging energy, as China’s earliest blade developer with its solid technical strength, SHFRP has become one of development and manufacture base for various types of blades in China. At the end of 2004,the success in the development of the composite blade for 1MW pitch regulated and variable speed wind turbine showed that SHFRP has had capabilities of designing, developing, manufacturing and testing MW-class blade and its mould independently.
  • The Danish-Chinese Wind Energy Development Programme (WED) http://www.dwed.org.cn/en/index.asp  To assist with an increased employment of wind power in China, the Chinese-Danish Wind Energy Development Programme (WED, the Programme) was initiated between Danish and Chinese government. The overall objective of the WED Programme was to realize a significant renewable energy contribution to the energy supply in China, with immediate objectives of improving the framework, plans and capacities on effective exploitation of wind energy at both the national level and in Heilongjiang, Liaoning and Jilin – the three selected North-east provinces. This has been achieved through introducing international and specifically Danish knowledge and experience in the wind energy sector through close collaboration with the Chinese government agencies, research institutions, technology organizations, educational agencies and electrical enterprises. The Programme Steering Commission (PSC) comprised of members from the National Energy Administration(NEA),,the Ministry of Commerce and the Royal Danish Embassy (RDE). A Programme Management Office (PMO) was hosted by the Energy Research Institute of National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and was responsible for the overall management and monitoring of the programme. After more than three years of cooperation, the programme has achieved great success and is viewed as a an good model of successful Sino-foreign collaboration in renewable energy development projects in China. Three provinces in the northeast China were pilot areas for the programme. WED comprises of four main components: wind energy resource assessment; wind farm planning and post-installation evaluation; grid integration studies of wind power and training and dissemination.

Small Wind Turbine Manufacturers 

  • First Wind Turbine Manufacturing Co., LTD,  www.firstwindturbine.com is a professional high-tech wind turbine manufacturer in researching, developing and producing the most reliable wind turbines. The company objective is dedicated to providing superior clean energy products and creating green living environment. It works with an advanced design concept, constant innovation excellent technology team, advanced and complete production testing equipment, strict production process and quality management system. Its manufactured products include both off grid wind turbines and grid connected wind turbines.
  • Guangzhou Hongying Energy Technology Co., Ltd  www.hyenergy.com.cn is a high-tech enterprise engaged in designing, manufacturing, marketing on highly reliable small wind turbines and serving in wind-solar hybrid power system integration technique.
  • Shanghai Ghrepower Green Energy Co., Ltd. http://www.ghrepower.com/en/   a leading wind turbines manufacturer which specializes in R&D and manufacture in China. It has integrated design, production, installation, commissioning, sale and after-sale service, and its products are widely applied for mobile communication, military, maritime monitor, home use, commercial business and remote area etc. Its products export to all over the world, such as Germany, UK, France, Italy, Korea etc.The company’s wind and solar hybrid energy system installed base also exceeds 10000 units. Its aim is for: high quality, competitive price, excellent performance, minimal maintenance, timely deliveries, first-class service.
  • Taos Wind Energy www.taoswind.com successfully developed new type wind machine of downwind passive yawing which discards the tail van and any mechanical protection set to make structure compacter and more reliable, and the ability to “catch” wind higher owing the lower yawing inertia.
  • WIPO Wind Power (Wuxi) Co. Ltd www.wipo-windpower.com design, manufacture and sale of innovative small wind turbines combining the best of global design with the most advanced technologies. In order to enable every household and business worldwide to benefit form the wind energy and contribute to the environmental protection.
  • C & G Windpower http://www.cgwindpower.com/en/home.htm a joint venture company specializing in small wind turbine development and manufacture and is poised to be a world leader in this technology.
  • Zhejiang Huaying Wind Power Generator Co., Ltd (China)  http://en.huayingwind.com/ , www.huayingwindpower.com   ,subordinate to Tong Kun Group (known as a China’s leading chemical fiber manufacturer), is a technology-centered start up company integrating R&D, production, and marketing of small and medium wind power generators and distributed power supply systems, aiming to become an integrated supplier of those.  It is a member of Tongkun group–Chinas leading industrial conglomerate.
  • Zytech Aerodyne  Manufacturing Plant: www.zytechaerodyne.com is the world’s leading manufacturer providing state-of-the-art Lakota and Longbow small wind turbine with advanced Aerospace-Grade materials and technology since 1992.The company designs and manufacture competitive high-quality small wind power systems. The Company’s global headquarters is in Spain with R&D center in Germany and U.S, and there is a manufacture base China.

Solar

  • Beijing  Jike Energy New Technology Development Company  http://www.jike.com.cn/Indexe.asp?id=1  a national high-tech enterprise founded in 1992, is located in the heart of Beijing Zhongguancun Science and Technology Development Zone. It is subordinated to Energy Research Institute of National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC). Beijing Jike is engaged in new energy development and utilization, mainly for technology and product development, system integration, pre-feasibility study, engineering design and installation services of solar photovoltaic (PV) power generation, wind-solar hybrid power generation, solar thermal utilization.  Beijing Jike has successfully undertook and completed the technology development for key national projects entrusted by ministries during the periods of “the seventh five year “, “the eighth five year “,”the ninth five Year “,” the tenth five year ” ” the eleventh five year “and the national”863″ plan by the Ministry of Science and Technology. Based on the projects conducted, Beijing Jike has constructed many of the solar PV stations funded by “SDDX Programme” (sending electricity to non-electricity area) as one of the first selected system integrators entrusted by NDRC. Many of such activities contributed a lot to rural development in west of China. As well, Beijing Jike has fulfilled over 100 solar power stations to supply electricity for the Qinghai-Tibet Railway in the high-altitude Tibet and Qinghai and was honored by “Bright Herald” on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.
  • Suntech Power http://am.suntech-power.com/ Suntech develops, manufactures, and delivers the world’s most reliable and cost-effective solar energy solutions. Founded in 2001 by leading solar scientist Dr. Zhengrong Shi, we are the world’s largest producer of silicon solar modules. We offer clean power for every application and market, from off-grid systems, to homes, to the world’s largest solar power plants. Our solar modules are installed in over 80 countries. Suntech has offices in 13 countries, including regional headquarters in San Francisco, California; Schaffhausen, Switzerland; and Wuxi, China. We are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: STP).
  • JA Solar Holdings http://www.jasolar.com/ JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. is a world-leading manufacturer of high-performance solar power products that convert sunlight into electricity for residential, commercial, and utility-scale power generation. The company is committed to develop and provide the world with clean and renewable energy to ease the energy shortages as well as human kind’s impact on the environment. JA Solar was founded on May 18, 2005, and was publicly listed on NASDAQ (NASDAQ: JASO) on February 7, 2007. By 2010, JA Solar had firmly established itself as the world’s leader in solar cell production and shipments. The company shipped 1.69 GW over the course of 2011, an increase of 15.8 % from the 1.46 GW shipped in 2010. According to the annual industry report published by SolarBuzz in March 2012, JA Solar ranked first in China and second globally in terms of cell production in 2011.
  • Yingli Green Energy http://www.yinglisolar.com/us/  is a leading solar energy company and one of the world’s first fully vertically integrated photovoltaic manufacturers. We develop, manufacture, and sell high-quality modules under the brand Yingli Solar to a wide range of markets, including Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece, France, South Korea, China, and the United States. The company is Headquartered in Baoding, China, and has over 16,000 employees worldwide and has more than 20 branch offices globally with local expertise. It is publicly listed on the New York Stock Exchange since 2007. Over 4 GW of Yingli Solar modules installed around the world. The company is a recipient of numerous international awards and certificates including Social Accountability 8000 and ISO certifications.
  • China Sunergy http://www.chinasunergy.com/en/ Established in 2004, China Sunergy is an international high-tech enterprise with advanced photovoltaic technology, specialized in the R&D, production, sales and after-sales service of solar cells and devoted to providing green and clean solar energy to global customers. As a NASDAQ-listed company, China Sunergy has had 11 solar cell production lines. The cell production capacity at the end of 2010 reached 320 MW, and the planned cell production capacity will reach 750MW and the planned module production capacity will exceed 1.2GW. At present, the marketing and service network has covered Europe, America, Australia and Asia, etc and the products have been extensively applied in the communication and urban construction fields, etc all over the world.
  • GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited http://www.gcl-poly.com.hk/eng/ GCL-Poly is one of the leading polysilicon and wafer suppliers in the world, delivering high quality and low cost silicon products to the solar industry. GCL-Poly is also a top green energy supplier in China, providing power and heat in an efficient and environmentally friendly way via cogeneration, biomass, incineration, wind and solar.
  • Trinasolar http://www.trinasolar.com/us/  Founded in 1997, Trina Solar is one of the world’s foremost PV companies. Fully vertically integrated from the production of ingots to modules into both mono and multicrystalline technologies, Trina Solar offers high quality modules and solar solutions. With more than 12 offices worldwide, Trina Solar has partnerships with leading installers, distributors, utilities and developers in all major PV markets and is listed on the NYSE. Trina Solar’s mission is to make the world a better place by providing affordable and reliable solar energy. Since 1997, Trina Solar has maintained an unwavering commitment to producing dependable, high performing solar modules. As the company has grown into a worldwide leader in the global solar industry, it has never strayed from one central commitment – to build a solar panel that delivers the most value for customers. This commitment is woven into every aspect of Trina Solar’s business. Its world-class manufacturing facility and its quality laboratory, the Center for Excellence, have both been internationally recognized respectively for their production processes and for their reliability, and for their commitment to environmental standards. Three different independent parties have ranked Trina Solar modules among the best performing panels in the world over the past three years. Years of field results have shown higher-than-expected energy production from our panels.
  • Canadian Solar http://www.canadiansolar.com/en/ a top 5 Global Module Supplier in 2011. As a leading vertically integrated provider of ingots, wafers, solar cells, solar modules, solar power systems and specialized solar products, Canadian Solar delivers uncompromising value to its customers across the globe. With our headquarters in Guelph, Ontario and seven wholly owned manufacturing subsidiaries across China, Canadian Solar successfully operates its solar PV business in nine countries with a total of 260,000 sqm of facility space. Our businesses in Canada, China, Germany, Italy, Japan , Korea, Spain and USA focus on delivering the highest quality solar products at the highest possible returns on investment to our customers around the world.
  • JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. http://www.jinkosolar.com/  is one of the few PV manufacturers that has 1.2 GW capacity in 2011 with a vertically integrated model, producing high quality crystalline ingots, wafers, cells, and mono- and multi- crystalline PV panels. Our full control over the production chain allows us to guarantee the highest quality for our products and a much more efficient cost structure. With these competitive advantages, we are able to pass benefits on to our customers around the world. We employ more than 10,000 professionals with factories in Shangrao (Jiangxi) and Haining (Zhejiang) covering more than 165 acres. Our global marketing center is located in the modern business area of Pudong, Shanghai. We started expanding our international presence by establishing European representative offices in Munich, Switzerland, Bologna and Montepellier, a US office in San Francisco and logistics warehouses in Europe.
  • Chint Group Corporation http://english.chint.com/home/ Founded in July 1984, CHINT Group Corporation is composed of seven specialized companies. Its sales network expands from over 2,000 domestic sales centers to over 40 overseas distributors. Moreover, its product line covers Low-voltage electrical products, power transmission & distribution products, instruments & meters, electric products for building & construction, industry automation products and solar energy products, all of which are popular in more than 70 countries around the world. CHINT is the Top10 among Chinese private-owned enterprises 500.
  • Yunnan Tianda Photovoltaic Co., Ltd. http://www.ynsolar.cn/en/index.aspx  is one of the earliest and largest professional companies which make, design, sell and install solar modules and PV systems in China. It was reformed from Yunnan Semi-conductor Device Factory in 2004,and began to research and produce monocrystalline silicon solar cells and modules in 1978. In the recent 30 years, it has installed tens of thousands of high-quality solar cell power stations in the mainland of China and more than 20 countries and regions in the world.
  • Guofei Green Energy Source http://www.wxguofei.com/  Wuxi Guofei Green Energy Source Co.,Ltd specializes in the research, production and sales of solar modules, solar systems and solar  lights. Over the past several years, Guofei keeps on its own fast developing strategy and aims the improvement of international management, marketing and development. Guofei’s well organized research and production facility enabled Guofei to pass the certificates tests of ISO, IEC, CE ,VDE and TUV. Besides Guofei has established strategic relation with the major solar cell suppliers from both China and overseas. Good product quality and customer service enable Guofei to gain  wide recognized reputation through the world. Guifei relies on the self innovation, has built up technologic cooperation with a few research organizations and colleges. Guofei uses the advanced technology to develop its own series of new products, and owns a number of patents. The imported world class production lines, testing facilities and leading technologies push Guofei to the front line of leadership.
  • ENN Solar Group http://www.ennsolar.com/ Since its founding in 1989, ENN’s mission has been to create innovative ways of producing and delivering cleaner energy. Our vision is to contribute solutions worldwide and become a globally respected clean-energy company. Our innovations in combining energy conservation, emission reductions and renewable energy, allow us to more efficiently utilize traditional energy sources. ENN’s cleaner energy solutions provide clients with innovative ways of meeting emission targets that can both cut costs and protect the environment. Following a vertically integrated business model, ENN has found synergies that have allowed it to expand into energy distribution, smart energy, solar energy and energy chemicals. ENN has also used its considerable resources to delve into the cultural and travel sectors using the same innovative business development mode that has made its core businesses so successful. ENN employs more than 27,000 people and has total assets of near 40 billion RMB. It operates more than 100 subsidiaries around the world, and in more than 100 cities throughout China. ENN Solar Energy is a key element in ENN Group’s map to provide a comprehensive range of solar solutions. A highly experienced project developer, EPC contractor, and supplier of end-to-end solar solutions, ENN Solar Energy offers a vertically integrated approach to developing solar projects, providing worldwide financing and a global network of services.
  • Anwell Technologies Limited,  http://www.anwell.com/eng/ a global supplier of advanced manufacturing equipment and process technologies. Founded in 2000 with its head office in Hong Kong, Anwell was first established in optical media equipment industry riding along the strong expansion of the blank optical disc market. With the strong expertise in process R&D, Anwell has established itself initially as a leading supplier of optical media equipment. Being an expert in automation system and process engineering with its core technologies of thin-film and vacuum coating, Anwell extends its strength over the global Photovoltaic industry and OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) industry.
  •  Sinosico-China Silicon Corporation Ltd. http://www.sino-si.com/eng/Home.aspx global producer and supplier of polysilicon (Polycrystalline Silicon). In addition to its Luoyang, China headquarters, SINO-SI operates two manufacturing facilities and a National Engineering Laboratory for Polysilicon Production Technology. SINO-SI has been producing a line of materials including Trichlorosilane (TCS), Silicon Tetrachloride (STC), and Dichlorosilane (DCS) since its inception.

Chinese Banks and Export Credit Agencies which play an important role in energy sector financing, both within China and for Chinese companies operating overseas

  • China Development Bank http://www.cdb.com.cn/english/Column.asp?ColumnId=99 is a financial institution under the direct jurisdiction of the State Council. It is the only bank in China whose governor is a full minister. It is, primarily responsible for raising funding for large infrastructure projects. Established by the Policy Banks Law of 1994, the bank is described as the engine that powers the national government’s economic development policies. Debts issued by CDB are fully guaranteed by the central government of the People’s Republic of China.
  • China Export-Import Bank http://english.eximbank.gov.cn/ Founded in 1994, the Export-Import Bank of China is a state bank solely owned by the Chinese government. Its international credit ratings are compatible to the national sovereign ratings. The Bank is headquartered in Beijing. By the end of 2010, the Bank has eighteen domestic business branches, and three overseas representative offices, namely the Representative Office for Southern & Eastern Africa, Paris Representative Office and St. Petersburg Representative Office. At present, it has established correspondent relationship with more than 500 banks.  The Bank’s main mandate is to facilitate the export and import of Chinese mechanical and electronic products, complete sets of equipment and new-and high-tech products, assist Chinese companies with comparative advantages in their offshore contract projects and outbound investment, and promote Sino-foreign relationship and international economic and trade cooperation.
  • Industrial and Commecial Bank of China http://www.icbc.com.cn/ICBC/sy/default.htm the largest bank in the world by profit and market capitalization. It is one of China’s four largest state-owned commercial banks. In 2011, it ranked number 7 on Forbes Global 2000 list of worlds biggest public companies
  • Sinosure (China Export and Credit Insurance Corporation) http://www.sinosure.com.cn/sinosure/english/English.html a state-funded policy-oriented insurance company with independent status of legal person, established for promoting China’s foreign trade and economic cooperation. It began operations  in 2001. Presently SINOSURE has formed a nationwide service network. Its business guideline is “by means of insurance service for foreign trade and investment, fully supporting the development of foreign trade and economic cooperation and promoting the economic growth, the employment and the equilibrium of international balance of payment”.  SINOSURE is mandated, to promote Chinese exports of goods, technologies and service, especially high-tech and high value-added capital goods like electromechanical products, and national enterprises’ overseas investment, by means of export credit insurance against non-payment risks.
  • China New Energy Chamber of Commerce http://www.cnecc.org.cn/ensite/index.htm officially established on January 13, 2006, in Beijing, with the mission of encouraging the sustainable development of the national economy and making a contribution to the building of a harmonious socialist society. Originally established by Farsighted Group and various other enterprises in the renewable energy field, China New Energy Chamber of Commerce now has more than 400 members and is growing faster every year. The Chamber remains true to its original role as a non-profit organization made up of enterprises, groups and individuals involved in the new energy and related industries and now includes members from the fields of solar energy, wind power, hydropower, biomass energy, Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project development, fuel cell research & development, and energy information consulting.

Part 3 International Collaboration in Energy

  • International Energy Agency, China page http://www.iea.org/countries/non-membercountries/chinapeoplesrepublicof/ The International Energy Agency (IEA) is an autonomous organisation which works to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for its 28 member countries and beyond. Founded in response to the 1973/4 oil crisis, the IEA’s initial role was to help countries co-ordinate a collective response to major disruptions in oil supply through the release of emergency oil stocks to the markets. While this continues to be a key aspect of its work, the IEA has evolved and expanded. It is at the heart of global dialogue on energy, providing authoritative and unbiased research, statistics, analysis and recommendations. Today, the IEA’s four main areas of focus are: Energy security: Promoting diversity, efficiency and flexibility within all energy sectors; Economic development: Ensuring the stable supply of energy to IEA member countries and promoting free markets to foster economic growth and eliminate energy poverty; Environmental awareness: Enhancing international knowledge of options for tackling climate change; and Engagement worldwide: Working closely with non-member countries, especially major producers and consumers, to find solutions to shared energy and environmental concerns. China is not a member of the IEA, but the IEA maintains close relations with non-member states, including with China.
  • Shanghai Cooperation Organization, http://www.sectsco.org/EN/# is a permanent intergovernmental international organisation creation of which was proclaimed on 15 June 2001 in Shanghai (China) by the Republic of Kazakhstan, the People’s Republic of China, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Tajikistan and the Republic of Uzbekistan. The main goals of the SCO are strengthening mutual confidence and good-neighbourly relations among the member countries; promoting effective cooperation in politics, trade and economy, science and technology, culture as well as education, energy, transportation, tourism, environmental protection and other fields; making joint efforts to maintain and ensure peace, security and stability in the region, moving towards the establishment of a new, democratic, just and rational political and economic international order. In addition to China, its members include: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Countries with Observer Status include: India, Iran, Mongolia and Pakistan, and Dialogue Partners include Belarus and Sri Lanka.
  • The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan http://eneken.ieej.or.jp/en/established in June 1966 and certified as an incorporated foundation by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry in September that year. We aspire to become the “No 1 Think Tank” and the leading voice in Japanese and Asian energy-related issues and global environmental subjects. We greatly look forward to your continued support of our institution.
  •  Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC) http://aperc.ieej.or.jp/ was established in July 1996 in Tokyo following the directive of APEC Economic Leaders in the Osaka Action Agenda. The primary objective of APERC is to conduct research to foster understanding among APEC members of the regional energy outlook, market developments and policy issues.
  • U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center http://www.us-china-cerc.org/ The United States and China are the world’s largest energy producers, energy consumers and greenhouse gas emitters. The clean energy sectors in both countries are growing rapidly. The priorities of the U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center reflect important areas of opportunity for both countries. In the United States, more than three-quarters of electricity generated is used to operate buildings. In China, if present trends continue, floor space equal to the entire U.S building stock will be built in the next 20 years. Both countries have large domestic coal reserves and use coal to generate the majority of their electricity (roughly 50% in the US and 80% in China). The two countries are also the world’s largest automobile markets and oil consumers, both importing more than half the oil they consume. Development and deployment of clean energy technologies will play a central role in helping both countries meet energy and climate challenges in the years ahead. The CERC will also build a foundation of knowledge, technologies, human capabilities, and relationships in mutually beneficial areas that will position the United States and China for a future with very low energy intensity and highly efficient multi-family residential and commercial buildings. On November 14, 2009, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu, Chinese Minister of Science and Technology Wan Gang, and Chinese National Energy Agency Administrator Zhang Guobao launched the U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center (CERC), which was first announced by President Barack Obama and President Hu Jintao in November 2009. The Center is supported by public and private funding of at least $150 million over five years, split evenly between the two countries.
  • Chatham House Energy and Climate Security for China and Europe  http://www.chathamhouse.org/research/current-projects/energy-and-climate-security-china-and-europe  This project looks at how the EU and China can work together to drive progress towards sustainable development. The European Union (EU) and China face many common challenges on energy and climate security in the next quarter century. These range from dealing with the challenges of global climate change, securing stable supply of energy resources to advance national economic development as well as generating innovative market solutions to foster the potential of emerging technologies in meeting climate and energy security needs. In order to meet these challenges, it may be useful to harness the combined market power of the EU, the world’s largest single market, and China, the world’s fastest growing economy, to help drive progress towards sustainable development, including a transition towards a sustainable energy and a low carbon future. Chatham House, E3G, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) and the Chinese Energy Research Institute (ERI), in co-operation with the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impacts Research (PIK), have come together to address these issues. Backed by the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Sweden’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Interdependencies on Energy and Climate Security for China and Europe aims to: a) Identify the EU and China’s mutual interests, challenges and opportunities on energy security and climate security over the next 25 years; b) Generate a shared vision for achieving the goals of both regions in order to strengthen long-term engagement on these issues; c) Produce high quality analysis on the priority opportunities for future collaboration to meet our climate and energy security goals; d) Produce policy recommendations for policy makers and stakeholders.
  • European Commission-China Energy Dialogue http://ec.europa.eu/energy/international/bilateral_cooperation/china/dialogue_en.htm  In 2005, the European Ccommission (EC)-China Energy Dialogue was launched through the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) in the margins of the EU-China Summit.
  • Europe- China Clean Energy Centre http://www.ec2.org.cn/  In 2009, the Clean Energy Centre (EC²) cooperation project was launched by the EC and the Chinese NEA. The project aims at setting up an autonomous body that shall promote the use of cleaner energy technologies and support energy conservation and efficiency, thus assisting China in its transition to a low-carbon economy. The Polytechnic University of Torino was selected to function as the implementing agency, working closely with a wide range of European and Chinese public actors as well as research institutions. One of the EC²’s main areas of focus is renewable energy and sustainable bio fuels.

Part 4 International Energy Conferences, Trade Fairs and Exhibits that have taken place in China, or  will take place shortly

Coal

  • China Coal & Mining Expo http://www.chinaminingcoal.com/web/  China Coal & Mining Expo goes back to 1985, when it was first held. It has since been the trade’s only national event every other year. In 2011, China Coal & Mining Expo will have been hosted for 14th anniversary. It is the largest coal mining exhibition in China and has enjoy a good reputation throughout China and worldwide. It is the top event in the China Coal industry. The extensive exhibits have covered the most advanced technology in the coal mining industry. Products presented at the show range from mining large scale mining, transportation, coal processing etc from domestic and overseas suppliers. In 2009, China Coal & Mining Expo attracted more than 350 exhibitors from 19 countries and regions, occupying more than 26,000sqm net space which makes it as largest tradeshow in its sector. In 2009, it attracted 26,000 exhibitors and visitors representing nationwide coal mine enterprises, research & design institutes and the coal trading companies, making it THE paring and networking venue for THE TRADE.

nuclear energy

 

RENEWABLE ENERGY

General

  • Beijing International Renewable Energy Conference 2005 (BIREC), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Renewable_Energy_Conference , http://www.martinot.info/china.htm#birec  International Renewable Energy Conference is a meeting of senior-level representatives from the Executive and Legislative branches of government at the national and subnational level, international organizations, the finance and business community, and civil society who are working to advance the integration of renewable energy in their countries. The Bonn Renewable Energy Conference in 2004 was the inaugural, government-hosted international conference on renewable energy. 154 countries attended the Bonn Conference. The Chinese government hosted the second global renewable energy conference in 2005. The Beijing event drew senior representatives from more than 80 countries to review the status of the Action Plan and present new ideas for promoting and advancing renewable energy worldwide.

 

Wind

  • 13th World Wind Energy Conference & Exhibition WWEC2014, Distributed Wind Power, Shanghai, 7-9 April 2014www.wwec2014.net
  • 3rd World Wind Energy Conference and Exhibition 2004 / Asian Windpower 2004  http://www.wwindea.org/home/images/stories/wwecs/docs/2004/ne_504_tabelle.pdf  This is the annual conference of the World Wind Energy Assocation (WWEA). WWEA is an international non-profit association embracing the wind sector worldwide, with members in 95 countries. WWEA works for the promotion and worldwide deployment of wind energy technology; provides a platform for the communication of all wind energy actors worldwide;  advises and influences national governments and international organisations; enhances international technology transfer. Its five Working Principles are:  Wind energy shall serve as one cornerstone and a driving force for the immediate application of a world energy system driven by renewable energies to completely substitute fossil and nuclear sources; Global dissemination of grid-connected and stand-alone wind energy solutions should rely on experience gained from the most successful implementation strategies, based on favourable legal, political and social framework conditions as initiated by national associations. Local and rural communities and people should be involved and should benefit directly; stimulate and support the foundation of national and regional wind energy associations and encourage national governments to set ambitious targets and political frameworks for priority strategies in favour of a fast and sustainable development of all renewable energies; organise together with continental, national and regional wind energy associations World Wind Energy Conferences and further international events for mobilising a wide range of the different wind energy applications.
  • 7th China (Shanghai) International Wind Energy Exhibition http://en.cwee.com.cn/index.asp is jointly hosted by Chinese Wind Energy Equipment Association, Chinese Wind Energy Association, Renewable Energy Committee of Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering, World Wind Energy Association, Shanghai International Sourcing Promotion Centre and Shanghai Deray Exhibition Planning Co., Ltd., CWEE Wind Energy Exhibition was established in 2007. Therefore, CWEE wins many praises and favours from exhibitors and visitors and has become one of the most authoritative, the largest and the most extensive professional wind energy exhibitions in China.
  • Wind Power China http://www.windpowerexpochina.com/index.asp?Menu=ChildMenu1  The annual networking and trade platform for China’s wind industry since 2003. Wind Power China (WPC – formerly Wind Power Asia), jointly organized by the China Electricity Council and Koelnmesse, is an essential event for China’s vibrant wind power market. Every year since 2003, the event brings together leading players from technology, services, finance and government, and provides a much needed platform addressing key issues, future developments, and enabling business.
  • China Wind Power , 2012 http://www.chinawind.org.cn/home_eng.html Organized by the three leading associations in the domestic and international wind power arena – Global Wind Energy Council, China Renewable Energy Industry Association, China Wind Energy Association – China Wind Power (CWP) is an annual event which attracts the key players in the wind industry. Featuring the latest developments in products and technologies as well as facilitating in-depth discussions on the wind industry’s hot topics, the event serves as an effective and efficient platform for governments, academics, developers, manufacturers and investors to network, exchange ideas, and find direction to ensure the healthy growth of the wind industry.  CWP, one of the top events for both the Chinese and international wind power industry in terms of both its influence and size has also become an icon in the industry and the first choice for China’s wind industry. In the year 2012, CWP will hold its fifth edition, and it will stick to its tradition of presenting the development of the China wind power industry that it has witnessed over the previous year.

 

Solar

  • Sino International Photovoltaic Power Generation Conference & Exhibition 2013 http://www.snec.org.cn/default.aspx?lang=en  approved by Ministry of Science and Technology of the People’s Republic of China , SNEC 6th (2012) International Photovoltaic Power Generation Conference & Exhibition [SNEC PV POWER (Shanghai) EXPO] has drawn to a successful conclusion. It was initiated by Shanghai New Energy Industry Association (SNEIA), Chinese Renewable Energy Society(CRES), Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA), Shanghai Science & Technology Development and Exchange Center(SSTDEC), Shanghai Federation of Economic Organizations (SFEO), Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) and jointly organized by 17 international associations and organizations including Asian Photovoltaic Industry Association (APVIA), USA Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), Japan Photovoltaic Energy Association (JPEA), etc.

Hydro

  • 2nd International Conference on Hydropwer Technology and Equipment  April. 20th-22nd, 2009 http://www.hydropower.org.cn/zt/ichte/en/index.html , Hosted by China Society for Hydropower Engineering and China Three Gorges Project Corporation, organized by State Grid Information & Telecommunication Co., Ltd;supported by State Grid Corporation of China, China Southern Power Grid Co., Ltd., China Huaneng Group, China Datang Corporation, China Huadian Corporation, China Guodian Corporation, China Power Investment Corporation, Harbin Electric Machinery Co., Ltd. and Dongfang Electrical Machinery Co., Ltd., China Hydropower Engineering Consulting Group Corporation, SINOHYDRO Corporation, China Gezhouba (Group) Corporation and China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, , the 2nd International Conference on Hydropower Technology & Equipment will be held in Beijing International Convention Center, China on April. 20th-22nd, 2009.
  • China Commission on Large Dams, international conferences http://www.chincold.org.cn/dams/index.htm The Chinese National Committee on Large Dams is the channel of international activity for Chinese engineers in the field of dam technology; it participates in activities of the ICOLD on behalf of China, aims to carry out academic exchange and cooperation through the Chinese experts in ICOLD, and promotes the development of dam technology and civil engineering technology. It has hosted a large number of international conferences http://www.chincold.org.cn/morenewsen.asp?s=41 , and the proeceedings can be found here http://www.chincold.org.cn/pub.asp .