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China Will Issue “Green Certificates” for Renewable Energy
  • Latham & Watkins LLP
  • USA, China
  • February 17 2017

China’s National Development and Reform Commissions (NDRC) - the country’s chief economic planning body - announced that a “green certificates”

China Continues to Lead Global Investment in Solar and Wind Projects But Curtailment Remains an Issue
  • Latham & Watkins LLP
  • China
  • August 30 2016

According to a recent report released by Clean Energy Pipeline, global Clean Energy backing in the first half of 2016 totalled US$116.4 billion

The growth of renewables in China: what are the implications
  • HFW
  • USA, China
  • July 18 2016

The PRC's reliance on conventional thermal power generation, especially coal fired power-stations, is well publicised not just within the Asia-Pac

China Ramps Up Renewables
  • Latham & Watkins LLP
  • China
  • June 1 2016

China has made notable strides to transition towards a lower-carbon economy. Most recently, local authorities were ordered to halt construction of

Chinese energy demonstration areas
  • Mintz
  • China
  • September 9 2012

China’s National Energy Administration announced last week that Chinese cities seeking designation as new energy demonstration areas will be required to display plans to satisfy at least 6 percent of their energy needs from renewable sources by the end of 2015 and to use at least two types of renewable energy.

Chinese renewable energy plan
  • Mintz
  • China
  • August 19 2012

China’s National Energy Administration announced its Renewable Energy Development Plan on August 8, which would have the country produce 9.5 percent of its energy from clean sources, including wind, solar, biomass, hydropower, geothermal, ocean-sourced, and nuclear power, by 2015.

Chinese solar and wind standards set
  • Mintz
  • China
  • September 25 2011

China’s National Development and Reform Commission recently set its first feed-in tariffs for solar power and technical standards for wind power as part of its effort to expand the use of renewable energy.

China policy: developments in foreign investment policy-making benefiting clean energy companies backed by foreign investors
  • Pillsbury
  • China
  • September 9 2011

This article first appeared in US-China Quarterly Market Review, Summer 2011.

China provides opportunities to generate carbon credits via the CDM process
  • Jones Day
  • China
  • January 11 2011

Although China is a signatory to the Kyoto Protocol, it is listed as a "non-Annex I" country, meaning it is not under any legal obligation to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.

China renewables update
  • Chadbourne & Parke LLP
  • China
  • September 10 2010

China has introduced a series of new regulatory and policy initiatives focused on the wind, solar photovoltaic and biomass industries that will be of interest to both Chinese and non-Chinese industry participants.