Chinese think tank CREEI wants to spearhead a new approach to planning China’s overseas energy investment
Dr Pichamon Yeophantong shares her observations about how Chinese infrastructure companies approach gender in project development
Despite strong domestic performance, the Chinese renewable energy sector’s lack of financial support overseas is multifaceted.
Overseas energy finance from China’s policy banks has been declining since 2017 due to a combination of demand and supply constraints. A rebound in 2020 is unlikely.
New paper sheds light on reasons behind the lack of renewable energy lending from China’s policy banks
China’s power infrastructure investment comes in multiple forms, all of which entail different risks
A first-person account of how China’s hydropower giants engage with civil society groups when operating overseas
Interviews with banks and SOE executives shed light on what motivates Chinese players to (not) go green in BRI projects.
Chinese companies are not just pouring concrete along the Belt and Road. Financing is a big part of China’s overseas involvement.
China is shifting away from coal domestically but building many coal power plants overseas, why?