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Nov 8, 2017

Climate Change in the Chinese Mind Survey Report 2017

In the opening session of the 19th Communist Party congress, president Xi Jinping pointed it out that by “taking a driving seat in international cooperation to respond to climate change, China has become an important participant, contributor, and torchbearer in the global endeavor for ecological civilization.”
Oct 31, 2017

Guideline for Disaggregated Coal Control and Clean Heating; Case Studies on Clean Heating Technologies

The Innovation Center for Clean-air Solutions and the Beijing Municipal Research Institute of Environmental Protection studied clean energy transformation in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and produced two reports: the Guideline for Disaggregated Coal Control and Clean Heating, and the Case Studies on Clean Heating Technologies. They provide technical assistance to local cities that seek to control disaggregated coal use. The research was supported by Energy Foundation China.
Sep 27, 2017

How to Reach Air Quality Standard of PM2.5 in China by 2030 -- a numerical simulation discussion based on energy and end-of-pipe control scenarios

In order to support the potential of achieving long-term improvement of air quality in China, the Energy Foundation China supports Tsinghua University to conduct a study on How to Reach Air Quality Standard of PM2.5 in China by 2030. Based on the results from energy forecasting model, emission inventory, and air-quality model, this report provides recommendations for the major cities of China to reach Air Quality Standard of PM2.5 in near future.
Sep 26, 2017

The Hidden Costs of China’s Coal-to-Chemical Sector -- A framework to stress test investments for environmental risks

To better inform investment decision making, this study develop a pragmatic framework for investors to assess environmental risks using the coal-to-chemical sector as an example. This report is developed by the Trucost and S&P Dow Jones Indices, and is supported by Energy Foundation China.
Aug 16, 2017

Changing Cities in 5 Steps

China’s urbanization is transitioning from an era of sprawling expansion to the pursuit of livability. Only cities that are designed and constructed for people can be livable and sustainable.
Aug 11, 2017

How to Advance the Green Fiscal and Taxation Reform in China

Energy Foundation China supported the Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences to research on how to push forward the green fiscal and taxation reform in China. The resulting report, released in August 2017, systematically reviews the existing environment-related fiscal and taxation policies, provides principles and roadmaps for a green fiscal and taxation system, and puts the system in an interlinked framework of pricing, taxation, and public finance.
Jul 10, 2017

Technical Assessment of an HFC- 134a Phase-Out in the Chinese Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Sector

We generally combine data derived from China-specific studies with more robust data developed to support air conditioning system analysis in the US to develop a complete analysis dataset.To evaluate the emissions impacts associated with a transition away from HFC-134a, we also develop a set of corresponding MAC system data for three alternative refrigerants: HFC-152a, HFO-1234yf, and CO2 (R-744).
Jun 27, 2017

A Clear Opportunity: U.S.-China Collaboration on Clean Air

China’s emergence as a global economic Powerhouse has been remarkable. However this economic success was not achieved without environmental consequences. China is now one of the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitters and the country is facing severe air pollution challenges.
Jun 5, 2017

Survey ResultsSummary:Green Electricity Consumption and Demand in China

Funded by Energy Foundation (EF), the Climate Group(TCG) undertook a survey on behalf of Green Electricity Action Plan between 10th October 2016 and 21st April 2017 to help uncover the demand and utilization of renewable electricity (RE) by industrial parks and corporates in China. The Executive Summary includes the key findings from this survey.Thefindings are based on responses from 101 respondents, including 8 industrial parks and 93 companies, and will informGreen Electricity Action Plan’s future work by confirming thegrowing demand for renewable electricity in China, as well as identifying some key levers to ensure further growth of the corporate market.
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