Reed Smith (Worldwide)
China's climate change objectives under the Paris Agreement will require it to invest a massive amount of capital into growing its domestic renewable energy generation, as well as invest in other emissions-reducing efforts.
AnJie Law Firm
The lawsuit was filed before the Kunming Court in January 2014. Yingding claimed that Sinopec and Sinopec Yunnan Branch had failed to fulfil their obligations stipulated in the Renewable Energy Law...
Clyde & Co
China is the world's biggest generator and consumer of energy. Coal and hydroelectricity continue to be the primary sources for the generation of the country's energy needs, making up 63% and 22% respectively.
Foley & Lardner
The ITC is scheduled to make its final injury determinations on or about January 29, 2015.
DLA Piper Australia
This update is an overview and an assessment of issues in respect of the renewable energy industry in China.
China’s energy regulator, the National Development and Reform Commission ("NDRC"), announced in July of this year its first nationwide feed-in-tariff ("FiT") for solar photovoltaic ("PV") development in an effort to boost China’s domestic solar industry and to increase the share of solar power in China’s energy portfolio.
Alston & Bird
In this era of economic globalization, American companies are increasingly looking to overseas markets for manufacturing and export opportunities.
Despite the rapid development of the wind power sector in the People's Republic of China ("PRC"), the PRC continues to idle a significant proportion of its overall wind power output due to power-grid constraints.
Ever since Warren Buffett invested last Autumn in a 10 per cent stake in BYD, China's leading electric vehicle and battery manufacturer, the potential of China's electric vehicles sector has caught the attention of both domestic Chinese and foreign investors.
Latham & Watkins
The program will be initiated on a voluntary basis at first, and is expected to become mandatory in 2018.