China, the world's second-biggest energy user, plans to develop 13 solar power projects in the western region as part of a government aim to cut emissions and boost energy investment in the area.
The government is tendering for bids to develop the projects in six provinces, which will have a combined capacity of 280 megawatts, the National Development and Reform Commission, the country's top planner, said in a statement on its website Tuesday.
This is the second tender since the country opened bids to build a 10-megawatt solar power plant in Dunhuang in
Two Chinese companies – Polar Photovoltaics and Wiscom have
started construction on a solar power plant in Bulgaria on 1st July, 2010.
Two Chinese companies, Polar Photovoltaics and Wiscom, have proposed to invest USD 7 M to build a 2 MW Photovoltaic plant near Ihtiman, 40 km south from Bulgarian capital Sofia.
The two companies and their Bulgarian partner SunSERVICE presented their proposal to the Ihtiman municipality on Wednesday.
"It is our first investment in a European Union country and we carefully selected the best place
Four-time JLPGA winner Zhang Na of China will lead a strong list of local golfers to challenge some of the toughest competitors from South Korea during next month's Orient China Ladies Open in Xiamen, Southeast China's Fujian Province.
The USD250,000 Orient China Ladies Open, set up last year, has become the country's first national Open Championship and the annual finale for the four-stage China Ladies Tour, equivalent to the KLPGA in South Korea and JLPGA in Japan.
"The China Ladies Tour was the cradle for my golf career," said Zhang, now ranked No 32 in the world.