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May 12, 2021

Beijing vows curbs on coal consumption

China's recent commitment to curb coal consumption and coal-fired power projects has sent a strong signal that the country will unswervingly reduce its reliance on coal as a dominant source of energy, experts said.
Jan 15, 2021

GLOBALink | China is committed to green development

China strives to peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. How can China achieve these goals? What do they mean to China and the world?
Nov 5, 2020

China on track for ambitious climate pledge, carbon neutrality in 14th Five-Year Plan

While global attention centers on China's economic targets as top officials meet in Beijing to map out blueprints for the country's development over the next five years and beyond, policies on environmental protection, specifically reducing carbon emissions, are expected to be highlighted in the new 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25), Chinese experts said.
Dec 20, 2019

Sino-US climate work may persist, former Australian PM says

Though the United States is planning to leave the landmark Paris climate agreement, the door for Sino-US climate cooperation remains open, said Kevin Rudd, the former Australian prime minister.

EF China News

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Dec 10, 2020

China’s New Growth Pathway: from the 14th Five Year Plan to Carbon Neutrality

December 10, 2020, Multiple Cities—Energy Foundation China launched a new report today, China’s New Growth Pathway: from the 14th Five Year Plan to Carbon Neutrality, a major deliverable of our Long-Term Strategy Task Force. It provides an overall picture of the pathways which support China’s carbon neutrality goal and its new vision for growth and development. The report identifies both long-term sectoral strategies and near-term actions to prepare China to achieve carbon neutrality before 2060.
Nov 30, 2020

Translating China’s New Climate Targets into Action

President Xi’s recent announcement of China’s ambitious new climate target is already transforming our conversations with grantees and government partners. Whereas, previously we were often the ones pushing long-term thinking and the concept of deep decarbonization, now stakeholders—especially at local levels—are actively asking us, “What is carbon neutrality?” and “What steps should we take toward achieving it?”
Nov 6, 2020

ZOU Ji: Gear the 14th FYP Toward China’s Carbon Neutrality Goal

On October 27, 2020, Zou Ji, CEO and President of Energy Foundation China, addressed the UK-China 1.5 track dialogue organized by the British Embassy in China. In response to President Xi Jinping’s carbon neutrality announcement at the UN General Assembly in late September, the meeting shed light on the most pressing challenges ahead and fostered consensus on future UK-China climate collaboration.
Nov 3, 2020

Sino-U.S. Dialogue Sets Priorities for China’s Energy Storage Development

In mid-September, 2020, the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University and Energy Foundation China convened an online Sino-U.S. energy storage policy dialogue. The event aims to shed light on the research priority into China’s future energy policy, by contrasting the experiences in the world’s two largest holders of installed energy storage capacity.

Program Updates

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Jun 1, 2021

Energy Forum Highlights Ambitious Carbon Goals and Local Action

In mid-May 2021, Energy Foundation China (EF China) and media outlet China News Service held the fourth event of the “Sustainable Energy for a Prosperous China” forum series for journalists, focused on early peaking of carbon emissions, fast and ambitious local action, and the energy sector.
Nov 9, 2020

Urban Retrofits in Shanghai Inspire Green, People-First Development Across China

Shanghai celebrated a major achievement for green urban development and people-friendly mobility in September 2020 as the iconic Nanjing East Road became fully pedestrianized.
Sep 16, 2020
Aug 7, 2020

Findings on Mobile Source Emission Control Offered Evidence Behind Beijing’s Local Regulation

In June, Beijing Municipal Research Institute of Environmental Protection hosted an online workshop to reveal its findings on key issues of local regulation for mobile source emissions control, a research supported by Energy Foundation China.

Reports

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May 10, 2021

Potential and Vision of Distributed Renewable Energy in Yangtze River Delta Region

Since the beginning of 2019, the Energy Research Institute at China’s National Development and Reform Commission and the World Resources Institute have researched on the potential for distributed clean energy in the Yangtze River Delta region in East China and a roadmap for scaling it up, with support from Energy Foundation China. Their findings were presented in this report in March 2021.
Apr 30, 2021

GHG Emissions of Shopping: E-Commerce Vs. Bricks and Mortar in China

In March 2021, Carbonstop released this comparative research report that calculates GHG emissions of two types of shopping in China, with support from Energy Foundation China.
Apr 30, 2021

GHG Emissions of E-Commerce Enterprises in China

In 2020, Energy Foundation China supported Carbonstop to research on GHG emissions of e-commerce enterprises in China. Their findings were released in this report in March 2021.
Apr 30, 2021

Urban Cooperation and Development Along the Belt and Road

In December 2020, China Center for Urban Development completed this research on how to promote cooperation among cities along the Belt and Road, with support from Energy Foundation China.
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