Nov 9, 2015 (China Knowledge) – China looks to push forward with the energy sector reform by strengthening international cooperation in respect of production capacity, scientific and technological equipment, infrastructure, and governance system of international energy, said Nur Bekri, director of the National Energy Administration, at the 2015 International Energy Reform Forum.
According to the director, China is willing to enhance cooperation in development and exploration of traditional energy and renewable energy with all countries. The world's second-largest economy also hopes to form an energy and resources industrial chain combining advantages of different countries in energy, capital and technology, to improve the global capacity of energy supply.
In terms of scientific and technological cooperation, the director emphasizes the need of sharing advanced technology and management experience in renewable energy, advanced nuclear power, large-scaled energy storage and other fields.
Meanwhile, China will also focus on the inter connection of energy infrastructure with countries involved in the "One Belt One Road" initiative and build a new international governing system with other countries.
Jointly sponsored by the National Energy Administration, Government of Jiangsu Province and International Renewable Energy Agency, the first International Energy Reform Forum was held on Nov 6 in Suzhou, where global leaders in the energy sector discussed the challenges and opportunities faced by all countries in energy development.