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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.
Nov 3, 2020

Coordinated Governance of Air and Climate Pollutants: Lessons From the California Experience

With support from Energy Foundation China, UCLA School of Law published this report in August 2020, which studies the coordinated governance of ozone, PM2.5, and greenhouse gases experience of California.
Nov 3, 2020

Multi-Plans Integration: Role of Water Resources for the National Territory Spatial Plan

During 2019 to 2020, Energy Foundation China supported the Institution of Green Economy of the Counsellor’s Office of the State Council to carry out a research on integrated national territory spatial planning and the role of key environmental element in this process. The findings were released in this report in July.
Nov 3, 2020

Energy and Water Nexus in Typical Regions and Policy Implications

With support from Energy Foundation China, Beijing Normal University released this report in July 2020, with analysis on the energy and water nexus in typical regions and cities and its policy implications.
Nov 3, 2020

Water Efficiency of Coal-Fired Power Generating Units in China and the Effect of Strengthening Water Withdrawal Quotas

In August 2020, Tongji University released this report with its research findings on the impacts of the upgraded water withdraw standards have on water efficiency in China’s coal-fired power industry. The research was supported by Energy Foundation China.
Sep 29, 2020

Five strategies to achieve china’s 2060 carbon neutrality goal

In September 2020, Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged to peak China’s carbon emissions “before 2030” and archive carbon neutrality “before 2060” in his speech to the United Nations General Assembly.
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.
Jul 31, 2020

How to Build a Green Enterprises Pool and Use it in Shenzhen

With support from Energy Foundation China, the Shenzhen Emissions Exchange released this research report in February 2020 to provide tailor-made policy recommendations for the city’s green growth and finance. The report analyzed the core elements and key process of establishing a green enterprises pool, especially screening criteria and evaluation methodology of eligible green enterprises, based on existing green evaluation standards in China and abroad. Taking into consideration of green development plans and industrial characteristics in Shenzhen, the research also put forward how to define green enterprises and choose screening criteria and methodologies, before it suggested how to establish and implement a green enterprises pool for Shenzhen, a metropolis of 12 million people in South China.
Jul 31, 2020

A Green Fund Standard for China

This report was published by Shenzhen Emissions Exchange in May 2019, with support from Energy Foundation China. After reviewing green finance standards and practices domestically and internationally, as well as fund operation in China, this research report summarized core requirements for green private equity and venture capital funds, and proposed policy recommendations on how China’s green fund standard should be with respect to standard indicators, labeling requirements, and evaluation and certification by third parties. As part of the National Green Finance Standardization Program, this report proposed a system for standardized green fund evaluation and certification, which is conducive to guiding the sustainable growth of green funds, encouraging more responsible green investors, and thus increasing industry financing.
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