The Sino-Danish Renewable Energy Development Programme (RED) is now launching a support scheme for research cooperation between Danish and Chinese institutions and companies in the field of renewable energy. See the call for proposals below.
An information meeting will be held in Copenhagen Thursday 1 March 14:00 at the Danish Energy Agency, Amaliegade 44, where you can get more information about the support scheme.
Call for proposals for RED C2
China National Renewable Energy Centre is now a reality. After an intense preparation phase is the centre established as an important RE think tank within the Energy Research Institute.
See more on the centre’s web site www.cnrec.org.cn and see the video from the launch ceremony here.
My presentation at the launch ceremony is available here: CNREC international perspective
This website will be dedicated to news and insight into the development of energy in China with focus on renewable energy. The audience will be Chinese and non-Chinese people within the energy sector with some kind of background knowledge about energy.
I will be adding posts one to two times every week.
Categories: Renewable Energy (Solar, biomass, wind, hydro, geothermal), Energy Policy, International, CNREC