Clean Energy: An Exporter's Guide to China
Energy demand in China is growing, and it is predicted that China will surpass the United States as the largest energy consumer soon after 2010. This has led to the development in China of a more robust clean energy policy. This report provides U.S. exporters with a market overview for this sector in China. It offers an analysis of the existing infrastructure of clean energy technologies and identifies market opportunities through 2020, including market forecasts, market drivers, cost data, and market segment analysis. It also reviews the Chinese government’s policies for clean energy development, analyzes barriers and obstacles to trade and investment in clean energy technologies, and provides an overview of the resources that are available to U.S. businesses wishing to enter the Chinese clean energy market.
(July 2008; vii; 104 pages)
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