To assist in China's transition to a sustainable energy future by promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy

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

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[ Dec 14, 2016 ]

While many are wondering whether US president-elect Donald Trump will keep the US in historic Paris Agreement on climate change, China has stepped up efforts to address the problem. Among those efforts has been shuttering coal-fired power plants or upgrading coal-burning technology, in order to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide. The Global Times recently looked into several coal projects in Beijing's eastern suburbs, where villagers have been dependent for years on coal-fired furnaces to heat their homes during the winter.

[ Nov 09, 2016 ]

Ms. Huang Yan, Vice Minister of Ministry of Housing and Urban Rural Development, met the famous Danish architect and urban design consultant Jan Gehl, accompanied by the Sustainable City Program Director of EF China Wang Zhigao, at China Academy of Urban Planning and Design, on November 1st.

[ Sep 25, 2016 ]

According to the Air Pollution Prevention and Control Law Amendment (new Air Law), China’s municipal governments are responsible for local air quality and are required to develop air quality attainment plans in non-attainment areas.

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[ Oct 20, 2016 ]

In 2015, IIP worked with three energy-intensive factories in Yunnan Province, China, helping them to implement an energy management system and cut their energy use. Here we document the challenges, benefits and methodology of our pilot project, which ran from August 2015 to April 2016, and discuss how similar enterprises can apply the learnings to secure energy efficiency in their own plants.

[ Oct 20, 2015 ]

China has also initiated 42 low carbon pilots, including 6 provinces and 36 cities, which represent various geographic locations, resource endowments, economic growth patterns, industrial mixes, and energy-use behaviors. These pilots have developed and implemented many policies, programs, and measures to achieve low carbon development paths at the provincial and municipal levels in the long term. Factsheets in this document are based on analyzing actions in 10 cities out of the 42 low carbon pilots.

 
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