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published Jan 22, 2014 01:05 PM, last modified Jan 22, 2014 01:05 PM

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[ Aug 06, 2015 ]

On July 4, 2015, Energy Foundation China (EFC) held its 15th annual Dialogue Partners Meeting in Beijing. With over 60 attendees this year, the Dialogue Partners Meeting is a one-day event aimed to exchange ideas with China’s policymakers on energy and environmental challenges and successes.

[ May 26, 2015 ]

On April 16, EF China and grantee China National Renewable Energy Centre (CNREC), jointly released the China 2050 High Renewable Energy Penetration Scenario and Roadmap Study in Beijing. The study shows that it is both technically and economically feasible for renewable energy to satisfy over 60 percent of China’s primary energy consumption and 85 percent of electricity consumption by 2050. CCTV News, the English-language news channel of China Central Television, broadcast this story.

[ Dec 10, 2014 ]

On December 10th, 2014, five international environmental organizations jointly released the above titled report during the COP 20 climate conference in Lima, Peru.

[ Nov 21, 2014 ]

Energy Foundation China, together with GIZ and the Society of Automotive Engineers of China (SAE-China), hosted the "Third Forum on Technologies & Policies for Transportation Energy Conservation and Emissions Reduction" in Beijing on November 21st 2014, with the theme of “Promoting electric vehicles, what else should we do?"

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[ Apr 20, 2015 ]

As the world's largest developing country, coal consumer, and green house gas emitter, China is confronted with challenges that are more urgent and arduous as its transforms toward a clean and low-carbon energy system. The China 2050 High Renewable Energy Penetration Scenario and Roadmap Study set out to analyze the technical and economic feasibility of having high renewable energy penetration by 2050 based on economic, environment, and carbon emission constraints, and backcast the policies and programs needed at different points in time to make this a reality. The main goals of the study were to build a common vision among China’s key stakeholders for an energy system centered on renewables, and to design a strong model for a national energy strategy that could guide China’s future energy planning and policy development. The study results show that it is both technically and economically feasible for renewable energy to satisfy over 60 percent of China’s primary energy consumption and 85 percent of electricity consumption by 2050; and under the high renewable energy penetration scenario, China will be able to peak fossil energy consumption and carbon emission by 2025.