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Energy Conservation Potential for China Major Energy-using Products Through Standards and Labels

Energy Conservation Potential for China Major Energy-using Products Through Standards and Labels

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Sep 3, 2003
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The China National Institute of Standardization (CNIS) and the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) estimate that the implementation of minimum energy efficiency standards and information labeling programs for common domestic appliances and major energy-using industrial equipments in China can save almost 60 gigawatts of power by 2020, reduce the need to build 200 average power plants (300 megawatts each), and reduce residential electricity use by nearly 85 percent over the next 17 years. Most of these products are used widely in China but are not covered by existing mandatory energy efficiency standards. This report by CNIS and ACEEE examines current energy efficiency levels, manufacturers' capacity for adopting new technology and producing new energy-efficient products, advanced international energy efficiency standards, and China's technology development trends. Based on this research, they propose new energy efficiency standards for each of the products. (June 2003) 

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