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Vestas China seek to showcase wind power in Hubei

Vestas China has received an order for 27 of its V100 turbines from Datang Hubei Renewable Energy, as it seeks to show the potential of distributed wind power.

EDF announces nuclear cooperation deal with Chinese

The possibility of Chinese involvement in Britain's new nuclear power generation industry has come alive after EDF announced a long-term cooperation deal with China Guangdong Nuclear Power Holding (CGN).

First electricity from China’s Ningde nuclear plant

China's Ningde nuclear power plant has sent electric power to the grid for the first time, marking the transition of the reactor from the construction to the commissioning phase.

Beijing schedules closure of final coal-fired power plants

China's capital city is replacing its remaining coal-fired power plants with four gas-fired power stations.

Beijing coal plant shut in clean air move

Beijing has shut down the first of four coal-fired power plants scheduled for decommissioning as part of the city's air pollution mitigation efforts.

New coal-fired power for Pakistani port

A Chinese firm is to build 700 MW of coal-fired power plants in Karachi, Pakistan by 2018, local utility K-Electric (KE) has announced.

China agrees power sector restructuring

The seven-man politburo of China's ruling Communist Party has given its approval to a restructuring of the country's electricity industry - a decision likely to impact on the dominant position of the State Power Corporation.

Giant coal-nuclear power mergers on the table in China

The Chinese government is mulling the creation of three energy giants, prompting a surge in shares of coal-fired generators on Tuesday.

First US power producer to enter China now eyes exit

AES Corp (NYSE: AES), the first U.S. power producer to enter China about two decades ago, is looking to sell all or some of its assets there, said three sources familiar with the process, hobbled by not being able to pass on higher coal costs in a state-regulated industry.