IEA Welcomes First Chinese School Member

October 23, 2011 | By | 2 Replies More

It is with great enthusiasm that we welcome the first Chinese energy club in joining our International Energy Alliance. In communications with Zhong Haozhong, a tenth grade student from Guiyang No. 1 High School in the province of Guizhou, Zhong has acknowledged that his energy club has been formed and is officially recognized by his school. His school is very prestigious and we greatly look forward to the participation and views of new members and students from the energy club at Guiyang No. 1 High School, Guizhou Province, China.

Recently, there has been great news about China and its efforts in clean energy. In fact, the New York Times reported that China was leading the race to make clean energy. In fact, for the past couple of years there has been article after article published in many U.S. newspapers and magazines regarding China moving forward with solar, wind and other renewable energy source development. It must be very exciting for Chinese students to have an opportunity to be a part of this.

Zhong Haozhong, we are here to help you in any way possible. Also,  just so that you know, we’ve been to China a couple of times and really love China!

Now it’s your turn. Anyone reading this post and having knowledge on China’s renewable energy programs and the United States renewable energy programs, please comment with your perspective. Also, please welcome Zhong Haozhong and the energy club from Guiyang No. 1 High School.

….  The Founding Members ….  Andrew Hunter, Paul Noppenberger, Ariela Osuna, Caroline Walters


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I am in my second year of a five year combination BS physics/math and MS systems engineering program offered jointly through Haverford College and UPenn. Helping my community is a lot of fun and means a great deal to me. Through the IEA and other efforts, I've come to learn how much power many can have when there is a clear positive vision, motivation and momentum. "There is no sadder sight than a young pessimist." — Mark Twain

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  1. Shera says:

    And where is the facebook like link ?

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