Eighty-nine percent of US-China Business Council (USCBC) member companies view rising costs as a top concern in the China market, according to USCBC’s 2017 Member Survey.
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As China urbanizes, and workers move from factories to offices, the construction and operation of buildings will account for a growing share of Chinese cities’ energy consumption and carbon emissions.
Facing ongoing pollution challenges and a push to
China’s energy planners seek to increase production, distribution, and consumption of renewable energy as a means to diversify energy supply.
Following President Xi Jinping’s visit to the United States last month, the US and China announced a list of energy and environmental-related commitments aimed on cutting down on high-polluting, energy-intensive power and supporting the development of environmental technologies—presenting potential opportunities for co
President Xi Jinping called for an “energy revolution” in June 2014 aimed at improving energy efficiency through the establishment of a “market-oriented energy pricing mechanism.” One year later, the central government has made notable improvements toward liberalizing energy and electricity price