Changes in the global energy structure and a drive towards the development of clean, intelligent and sustainable energy have led China to devote itself to promoting the use of efficient energy and realizing low-carbon emission goals.
With the development of more intelligent and advanced technologies, the energy market is facing profound changes. To showcase these new developments, the 20th China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF 2018) will be held in Shenzhen, Guangdong province on Nov 14. International and domestic industry players have already been invited including China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN), Ricoh Company and Shenzhen Busbar Sci-Tech Development Company (E-busbar). The event will see the release of research results from a variety of projects including Hualong One, a nuclear reactor produced by CGN with the world's leading technical indicator, and a new vehicle charging system from E-busbar.
Focusing on solar energy, nuclear energy, stored energy and charger modules, this year’s fair will highlight the world’s best quality resources and focus on renewable forms of energy. World technology giants Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, Sony and Microsoft have pledged to promote clean energy, and China is also navigating its energy consumption market towards a greener future.