China, Japan and Korea Cooperate in Renewable Energy Field

September 2008
China Chemical Reporter;9/6/2008, Vol. 19 Issue 25, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the initiative of China, Japan and Korea on establishing a cooperation of science and technology for solar energy, wind energy and biomass energy. With this, there are three sides cooperation that will present a desirable prospect and this cooperation should start from demonstrative projects in specific sectors. They focus on their common needs and complementary cooperation basis in the development of technologies for renewable energies and new energies.


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