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Dec 17, 2019

Chinese Power System Transformation

In 2019, the China Electric Power Planning and Engineering Institute and the International Energy Agency (IEA) released this report with support from Energy Foundation China.
May 12, 2019

Green Power Market: US Experience

In 2019, Energy Foundation China supported the World Resources Institute to carry out a green power consumption project. The research findings on U.S. experience are summarized in this working paper.
May 12, 2019

Handbook: Corporate Green Power Consumption in China

In 2019, Energy Foundation China supported the World Resources Institute and the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association to study green electricity procurement mechanisms and pilots in China.
Nov 12, 2018

Case Studies on Enterprise Procurement of Renewable Energy in US Non-Regulated Power Market

In 2018, Energy Foundation China supported the Rocky Mountain Institute to study the U.S. practices on renewable energy procurement under the non-regulated power market.
Nov 12, 2018

Green Power Consumption and Demand

In 2017, Energy Foundation China supported The Climate Group to analyze the status quo of clean power consumption and absorption by Chinese industrial parks and enterprises.
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.
Apr 20, 2015


As the world's largest developing country, coal consumer, and green house gas emitter, China is confronted with challenges that are more urgent and arduous as its transforms toward a clean and low-carbon energy system. The China 2050 High Renewable Energy Penetration Scenario and Roadmap Study set out to analyze the technical and economic feasibility of having high renewable energy penetration by 2050 based on economic, environment, and carbon emission constraints, and backcast the policies and programs needed at different points in time to make this a reality.
Mar 13, 2015
Aug 1, 2013

Study Report-China Solar PV Power Differential FIT

Based on sorting out various policy suggestions on PV power generation at home and abroad, the study proposed recommendations on the policy of PV power generation feed-in tariff in favor of reference for the authorities concerned.
Mar 1, 2012

Natural Resources Defense Council’s DSM Activities Final Report to the Energy Foundation

The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) has a long history of promoting energy efficiency in China. With generous support from the Energy Foundation, NRDC established a Demand Side Management (DSM) Technical Center in Beijing at the end of 2008. The DSM Technical Center is an integral part of NRDC’s and the China Sustainable Energy Program’s (CSEP) goal to help China scale up its capacity to design, administer, implement, and evaluate cost effective energy efficiency programs. The DSM Technical Center is designed to serve as the go-to resource in helping China’s central and provincial governments realize their energy efficiency goals. In 2009, the DSM Technical Center mainly focused on its own internal capacity building to bring staff members up to speed on DSM program best practices and U.S. implementation experiences. In 2010, the DSM Technical Center began building on the advancements of previous years to provide hands-on technical assistance, trainings, and policy implementation support in selected provinces and municipalities in China, specifically Hebei, Jiangsu, Sichuan, Beijing, Shanghai, and Chongqing. In 2011, the DSM Technical Center continued its efforts to support the selected provinces and municipalities, and, in particular, reached out to grid companies to help build technical capacity to implement utility-led DSM programs. The DSM Technical Center has also become a more accessible source of information to the Chinese audience by adopting various forms of outreach strategies in 2011. Our goal was to help scale up DSM and efficiency power plant (EPP) implementation in China. This report provides a detail of our activities under Grant 1011-13558 from March 1-December 31, 2011.

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