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The State Key Lab of Green Building Materials is to be opened in Beijing on Feb 28. The lab will be used for basic theory study of the application of green building materials.
ELECTRIC buses in the city are failing to spark a green revolution in public transport, say critics, but officials said yesterday they aim to change this.

Ambitions of extending the network are being hampered by high vehicle and maintenance costs and the congestion buses cause while recharging.
CHINESE solar power companies have boosted their market share in the United States because of their competitive advantages, not low prices and subsidies, as they strongly opposed an anti-dumping and countervailing...
It only takes 60 minutes to fly from Beijing to Hohhot, the capital of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region in North China. However, Hohhot still enjoys an unlimited supply of electricity, while many places in China are facing their most severe power shortages for years.

The resource-rich region of Inner Mongolia is China's powerhouse and produces more electricity than it can consume. This vas
A jumbo jet powered by fuel made from nut oil made a two-hour test flight yesterday as part of a US-Chinese renewable energy partnership.

The Boeing 747 landed at Beijing Capital International Airport at 9:30am after burning more than 10 tons of biofuel.

After the test, Zhang Hongying, an official with the Civil Aviation Administration of China, said that biofuel is now ready to be used for
China's State Council, or cabinet, is considering a development plan for new-energy vehicles, according to Su Bo, vice-minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
China's National Energy Administration may reinstate its control over onshore wind-power projects with less than 50,000 kilowatts of capacity, the China Securities Journal said, citing an unidentified person.
China will spend 2 trillion yuan (8.5 billion) on science and technology, making biotechnology a major priority, in the next five years, Chinese State Councilor Liu Yandong said at the ongoing 2011 International Conference for Bio-economy (Bio Eco 2011).

The Chinese Government will work to further combine biotechnology with economic development and with improving ordinary people's livelihood,




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