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Feb 7, 2021

Population Scenario Analysis for China

During 2019–2020, Energy Foundation China supported the School of Architecture, Tsinghua university to predict China’s future population and spatial distribution, key factors influencing the country’s urbanization process. Their findings were released in this report in October 2020.
Feb 7, 2021

Pathways of Building Electrification and Urban Energy Transformation

In November 2020, Shenzhen Institute of Building Research completed this report on the electrification of buildings, with support from Energy Foundation China.
Feb 7, 2021

A Synergetic Strategy of Economic Growth for Guangzhou

With support from Energy Foundation China, Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, an affiliation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, released this research report in July 2020 exploring how to achieve sustainable economic growth in Guangzhou with multiple targets of carbon peaking, minimal coal consumption, and air quality attainment.
Nov 21, 2020

Scaling Up Nearly-Zero Energy Buildings: Policies, Market, and the Industry

With support from Energy Foundation China, the China Academy of Building Research completed this research in 2020 on how to promote nearly-zero energy buildings in a large scale.
Nov 21, 2020

Pathways to Building Sector Decarbonization: A Focus on Net-Zero Carbon Buildings

In 2020, the Center for Global Sustainability at University of Maryland completed this policy research on building sector decarbonization, with support from Energy Foundation China.
Nov 3, 2020

Sustainable Transportation System Development Pathway Under the Environmental-Climate Constraints in Guangzhou

In July of 2020, with support from Energy Foundation China, the Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the Guangdong Provincial Transportation Planning Research Center jointly released this research report on Guangzhou’s future transportation system.
Jul 31, 2020

A Roadmap for Peaking Energy Consumption and Carbon Emissions of Qingdao’s Public and Residential Buildings

With support from Energy Foundation China, the China State Construction Academy completed the research in 2019. After analyzing energy consumption patterns of public and residential buildings in Qingdao, Shandong Province, researchers developed a roadmap to support the city achieving green development and carbon peaking in the buildings sector. The research can also be helpful for other northern cities in China when they plan how to peak carbon emissions related to buildings.
Jul 31, 2020

Green Finance Supporting Building Energy Saving and Green Buildings

With support from Energy Foundation China, this research was conducted in 2019 by the Center of Science and Technology and Industrialization Development, a think tank for China’s Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development. Based on the current practice of green finance for energy conservation and green buildings, the research team analyzed financing behavior of the buildings sector, including how financial instruments had been used, before they proposed recommendations for enhanced green finance in the sector. The report can be helpful for future research on the synergy of green finance and buildings.
Apr 13, 2020

Pathway of Reaching Air Quality Standards and Carbon Emission Peaking in Demonstration Cities

In 2020, with support from Energy Foundation China, Tsinghua University completed this research on how to achieve air quality standards and carbon emission peaking with a single set of policies at the city level.
Apr 13, 2020

Low Carbon Consumption Potential of Residents in Metropolitan Areas

In early 2020, Carbonstop released this report that estimated low carbon consumption potential of residents living in Chinese cities with a population of more than 10 million.
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