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Li Junfeng received the Zayed Future Energy Prize Lifetime Achievement Award this year in recognition of his efforts to make China a recognized leader in clean energy.
China’s Clean Energy Champion Li Junfeng Wins Prestigious Award

Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer speaks during the 85th International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, on March 3, 2015.
Aston Martin to Develop Electric Car with Chinese Firm LeEco

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivers remarks at the Climate and Clean Energy Investment Forum at the State Department in Washington, Oct. 20, 2015.
China Best in Clean Energy Investment: Expert

A nuclear reactor, to be operated by China Guangdong Nuclear Power (CGN), is seen under construction in Taishan, Guangdong Province.
China Aims for More Export, Wider Use of Nuclear Energy

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Electricians work on a 1,680-kilometer-long high-voltage DC transmission line in Zhejiang Province.
China Starts Building World's First 1,100-kv DC Electricity Transmission Line

Chinese firms have signed agreements to help build Zimbabwe’s first large-scale solar power stations.
Chinese Companies Leading the Trend in Developing Clean Energy in Zimbabwe

China and the U.K. are working hand in hand to boost their diplomatic ties.
Oil, Gas Giant BP to Sign Energy Agreements with Chinese Firms

People look at a BIRO City electric vehicle at Wanda Plaza, Yantai, Shandong Province, on Nov. 21, 2014.
China Hits a Bump in Setting Standards for Car Charging Stations

China eyes to build six to eight plants yearly for the next five years.
China Plans to Operate 110 Nuclear Power Plants by 2030

Jia Yueting, chairman and CEO of LeTV, speaks during a presentation in this undated photo.
LeTV Invests Big in Car Charging Station Provider

China plans to construct more nuclear reactors to provide energy for the country.
China to Start Operations at 31 New Nuclear Plants: Report

The General Electric logo is visible on a facility in Lynn, Massachusetts, in this March 6, 2009 photo.
Sinomach Joins GE for Clean Energy Project in Africa

A staff member gives an introduction of the experimental fast reactor to visitors in front of a model during an exhibition in Beijing, China, April 15, 2014.
‘Fast’ Nuclear Reactor to Start Construction in 2017

Pollution is the number one environmental problem that China is struggling to contain and reduce.
Fast-charging Trolley Bus to Contribute to Pollution Reduction

China's auto industry may fail to achieve the 10-year goals set by the government.
China Puts in More Effort to Get More Green Energy Cars on the Road

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