Website posts paper on factors driving Chinese renewable energy, water industries growth
www.China-AsiaStocks.com (CAS) an investor and industry news portal for the China-Asia sector reports on the growth opportunities in China, driving the need for renewable energy and water technologies...
POINT ROBERTS, WA, Aug. 31, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- www.China-AsiaStocks.com (CAS) an investor and industry news portal for the China-Asia sector reports on the growth opportunities in China, driving the need for renewable energy and water technologies.
As such, it releases its newest paper: "The China-Asia Boom -- Turning Growing Pains into Worldwide Opportunity."
Industry experts William Brennan, managing director and senior portfolio manager, Boenning & Scattergood; international economist Dr. James Dorian, and Clint Wilder, contributing editor of Clean Edge Inc., evaluate China's expansion and the nation's challenges that have led to significant growth across energy and water related industries. Companies working to take advantage of China's surge include Kyocera Corp., and XSUNX Inc. in the renewables arena, and WorldWater & Power Corp., focused on both water and renewable energy needs.
An excerpt of the report offers the following: "China's emergence as a global and economic force has opened up immense opportunities across a variety of industries as its population and consumption rates continue to surge. Many argue that the key to China's growth stems from its demand for energy. With a GDP figure that has quadrupled in the last 20 years, energy consumption rates have nearly doubled according to Deloitte & Touche, China Services Group.
"With the rising Chinese consumption rates, economic growth and ongoing challenges faced in the quest for increased resources, opportunities have arisen for many industries, in particular renewable energy and water. As the nation balances the needs of the country with protection of its environment, the Chinese government has had to make significant adjustments and with these adjustments come new growth opportunities for renewable energy and water technologies."
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