Innovations in energy-storage technology are a mainstay of the nation’s bid to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels.
Clean energy in China
The world’s leading consumer of coal also produces more wind energy than any other nation. Massive investment in renewables has created energy storage challenges which China’s scientists and engineers are now addressing as a key priority.
Yulong Ding explains how he is collaborating with teams in China to improve energy technologies.
A new academic hub in Shenzhen is improving material design for rechargeable batteries to meet sustainable development needs.
Interdisciplinary investigations on energy and materials are a strong focus at ShanghaiTech University.
At a research hub in Hong Kong, scientists are advancing the frontiers of renewable energy.
A series of research breakthroughs and technological transfers by a research team in Nanjing, China, promotes the development of sustainable energy.
Developing next-generation technologies to exploit varied energy resources, a research institute in shanghai supports national sustainability strategies.
Researchers at the University of Science and Technology Beijing are supporting sustainable steelmaking with clean and efficient technologies that minimize pollution and energy consumption.
Leveraging multidisciplinary resources, researchers at Zhejiang University are leading with transformative technologies to enhance resource recycling and energy efficiency.
A young institute in Shenzhen is transforming insights on rocks into plans for developing green energy sources.