13. April 2016 · Comments Off on Chinese Electronic Enterprises Trending for Smart Homes at AWE2016 · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

China Household Electrical Appliances Association provides information on the ever expanding and developing Consumer Electronics market in China.The Appliance and Electronics World Expo (AWE2016) held in Shanghai provided many examples of the issues Chinese manufactures are facing.Adjusting FocusThe Chinese government pushes manufactures to increase turnover by modernization and digitalization as restructuring, e.g. the Internet Plus concept and to be more internationally competitive. Pushing for strong investments in the industry, upgrading household techniques and consumer electronics, which enhance the competitiveness of Chinese manufactures to overseas manufactures, displays China’s prowess, summarized Zhu Jun, General Secretary of China Household Electrical Appliances Association (CHEAA).

Source: Chinese Electronic Enterprises Trending for Smart Homes at AWE2016 – MarketWatch

15. December 2015 · Comments Off on Asia: Energy storage, renewable energy set to soar in 2016 · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

As the need for the integration of renewable energy into the power grid grows, Asia will emerge as dominant region for energy storage, according to Frost & Sullivan. That need is expected to drive significant interest in community and grid-scale energy storage solutions next year, particularly in Japan, China and South Korea.

Source: Asia: Energy storage, renewable energy set to soar in 2016: pv-magazine

06. November 2015 · Comments Off on U.S. Leads the Way in Smart Home Adoption · Categories: News · Tags: , , ,

When it comes to smart home adoption and revenue, the U.S. is leading the pack worldwide, according to Statista’s Digital Market Outlook, followed by Japan, Germany, China and the United Kingdom.

Source: U.S. Leads the Way in Smart Home Adoption | Home Furnishings News

18. September 2015 · Comments Off on This U.S. Lab Just Agreed To Help China Use Even More Renewable Energy · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Leaders from U.S. and Chinese cities, along with Vice President Joe Biden and a special representative from China, gathered in Los Angeles this week to announce new commitments and targets for meeting carbon emission goals. Unsurprisingly, the event didn’t warrant a mention in Wednesday’s debate, where candidates only denounced diplomacy with China.The new targets are part of the bigger U.S.-China partnership on climate, which Republican leaders have ridiculed for not requiring action from China. But one announcement made at the U.S.-China Climate-Smart/Low-Carbon Cities Summit points to real, tangible declines in China’s emissions, while offering U.S. scientists an opportunity to study the world’s biggest electrical grid.

Source: This U.S. Lab Just Agreed To Help China Use Even More Renewable Energy | ThinkProgress

12. August 2015 · Comments Off on Stick’N Charge says ‘Goodbye To Batteries’ in exchange for Green Energy thanks to K3OPS · Categories: News · Tags: , ,

Xin WEI. Chances are you will always remember this name. Despite all recommendations, he has succeeded in breaking all the fundamental laws, defying mathematics and physics in a quantic way, or should we now recognize that there is officially a ‘Xin WAY’.This 26 year old has just achieved what is considered as being the first “Chinese Dream” and has became a part of Chinese history books, just like PENG Liyuan who is an extraordinary artist. She contributes with her talent to make China a place where success is possible.

Source: Stick’N Charge says ‘Goodbye To Batteries’ in exchange for Green Energy thanks to K3OPS – MyTechBits