Clean energy goals in China to bolster domestic wind power development

The naming of clean energy, especially wind power as one of its main beneficiary in China’s 12th Five-Year plan is expected to be a boon to the domestic industry for the coming years.

The Chinese government has announced its 12th Five-Year plan signaling its commitment for non-fossil energy consumption to reach 11.4 per cent in relation to the primary energy consumption and by 2020 to reach 15 per cent.

To fulfill the plan objectives, the security of energy supply and the reasonable control of total energy consumption, China is said to vigorously promote the efficient use of clean energy, and make great efforts to develop clean energy, mainly in the area of wind power.

As an important component in the clean energy mix, the wind power industry poses great potential in the next five years. Based on an analysis by the Global Wind Energy Council, China’s total wind power installed capacity is forecast to reach 13 GW by 2015, 25 GW by 2020 and exceeding 50 GW by 2030.

These targests are expected to accelerate the development of the industry and aid in addressing critical current issues like network connectivity and quality of wind power equipment.

With full government support from the National Energy Administration, the 8th Wind Power Asia is also strongly backed by 14 key domestic power producers such as the State Grid, China Southern Power Grid, China Huaneng, China Datang, China Huadian, China Guodian and China Power Investment. As a result, Wind Power Asia is the only event of its kind to showcase the both the up- and downstream of the entire energy supply chain in China.

Wind Power Asia 2010 gathered over 400 exhibitors from 22 countries spanning 25,000 square meters, including four group representations from Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands and Korea. The event attracted 16,000 trade buyers hailing from 44 countries.

Wind Power Asia Exhibition and Conference 2011 will be staged from June 22 – 24 at the National Convention Center in Beijing, China.

For further information, visit www.windpowerasia.com and www.cleanenergyexpochina.com.

About Wind Power Asia and Clean Energy Expo China

Wind Power Asia started in 2003 with Koelnmesse being a shareholder since 2008. It is the largest and most influential exhibition and conference in China’s wind energy industry and forms an integral part of Clean Energy Expo China.

The last event was attended by more than 400 companies from 22 countries including four national pavilions from Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands and Korea and over 16,000 genuine visitors from 44 countries. The total exhibition area spanned 25,000 sqm. Wind Power Asia is supported by the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA).

Clean Energy Expo China is the extension of Koelnmesse’s clean energy portfolio in Asia. It was introduced to China in 2008 as a trading and knowledge-sharing platform bringing together the leading players in the Technology, Services, Finance and Government sectors to address key issues in the areas of renewable energy and sustainable development in China. Working with partners such as the Asian Development Bank, Koelnmesse also manages Clean Energy Expo Asia and Carbon Forum Asia in Singapore.

For further information, visit www.windpowerasia.com and www.cleanenergyexpochina.com.

About the organizers

Koelnmesse: As a world-renowned trade fair organizer, Koelnmesse has an excellent track record for organizing some of the world’s most successful trade events. With over 80 years’ experience in organizing large-scale commercial events connecting buyers and sellers, Koelnmesse brings forth an unrivaled skill-set
and expertise needed to develop Wind Power Asia/Clean Energy Expo China into one of the premier international trade shows in Asia.

For further information, visit www.koelnmesse.com.

China Electricity Council (CEC)

Founded with the approval of the State Council in 1988, CEC is a consolidated organization of all China’s power enterprises and institutions operating under the supervision of the State Electricity Regulatory Commission. At present, the council has 1,440 members, ten classified branches and nine specialty
committees. Entrusted by the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council and other related government bodies, CEC also takes over the administration of six nation-wide specialty societies. 30 power industry associations at provincial, autonomous region and municipality levels are the council members of CEC.

For further information, visit www.cec.org.cn.

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