Welcome to Azure International

Azure International is a leading investment and advisory company focused on China's cleantech energy sector. Founded in 2003, we have a team of 20+ local and international professionals based in China with backgrounds in engineering, marketing, manufacturing, consulting, policy, government relations and finance. In addition to deep advisory capabilities in renewable energy, energy efficiency, carbon management, and energy finance, we have proven capability to invest in and accelerate the development of clean energy companies.  Our portfolio and partner companies have achieved both significant commercial success and returns to investors. Azure provides the necessary expertise and execution capabilities in China to lead relationship development with government and strategic partners, project execution, sourcing, sales and technology development – all with deep understanding of Chinese and international requirements.

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We provide independent advice helping you to understand the market, identify and assess growth opportunities and achieve strategic goals in China. We use our comprehensive databases, innovative analytical tools and on-the-ground expertise to answer your unique questions

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Azure Sourcing solutions ensures that your supply chain will be efficiently controlled and managed, with significant cost and time savings. Our Engineering team helps manage your relationships with Chinese strategic partners

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We assist our partners with market entry. We have developed a cost effective, efficient and proven approach to securing strategic partnerships in China, combining the right amount of strategic planning with targeted business development.

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Wind Power: North China Power Grid Wind Power Utilization Increased Year-over-Year by 21% to 51.2 TWh
The North China Power Grid, a subsidiary of State Grid, announced wind power utilization of 51.2 TWh for the January-October 2015 time period. This figure represents a nearly 21% increase over the prior 2014 time period, thanks in part to record wind production months in April. The grid company claims to have increased utilization rates through a mix of better forecasting, scheduling, using pumped storage, and dispatch strategies. (BJX CN

An impressive 33% of total installed wind capacity is found in North China China Power Grid’s region. By using proper power grid dispatch strategies, wind curtailment rates can be reduced in the coming years. In order to forecast curtailment rates on future wind farm projects, project developers should model the transmission grid power flow and understand the existing dispatch strategies.


Green Building: MOHURD Published Passive, Ultra-Low Power Green Building Technical Guidelines
The The Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (MOHURD) announced it has released technical guidelines for passive, ultra-low power green building residential homes. This guidance aims to help upgrade the construction quality and energy efficiency of residential homes across China. (MOHURD CN)
As China continues to modernize its building stock, pay attention to the changes in materials used. There should be a greater focus on value and quality material, rather than lowest cost components.

Natural Gas: Non-Residential Natural Gas Price Drops by 0.7 RMB per cubic Meter
The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) announced a price drop of 0.7 RMB per cubic meter for non-residential natural gas. There will also be a 20% floating price range for natural gas prices, in order to drive market efficiencies. (SDPC CN)
The intent of the NDRC in lowering gas prices is to promote market-oriented reform. By allowing more competitive pricing for natural gas, the NDRC hopes penetration and utilization rates for gas will increase.

Offshore Wind: China’s First 5MW Offshore Wind Turbine Installed
Putian, Fujian Province is now home to China’s first offshore wind farm using 5MW wind turbines, located in the 50MW Fujian Putian Pinghaiwan Offshore Wind Farm. Ten model XE128-5000 turbines were provided by XEMC for Hunan Electric. Previously, only 5MW prototype turbines have been tested offshore. (China Wind News CN)
As the first of its kind, this 50MW offshore wind farm is part of the China National Energy Association’s 10GW power construction scheme. The construction methods for this project will most likely be shared as best practice guidelines for future large offshore wind installations. This is one of many new offshore wind projects in the project pipeline.

Generation: 7.7GW of Renewable Energy Planned for Xinjiang Autonomous Region
The China National Energy Association has approved plans to build 5.2 GW of wind and 2.5 GW of solar in the the Xinjiang Autonomous Region. This wind power will be transmitted by the Zhungdong-Huadong 1100 kV ultra-high voltage DC transmission line to the Huadong power grid. The transmission line is still awaiting approval. (BJX CN)


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