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Policy Brief August 29, 2016

Capturing Win-Win Energy Efficiency and Air Quality Improvement Projects

By Christopher James, Bob Taylor

Energy efficiency projects, despite their financial attractiveness and air-pollution-reducing benefits, often face institutional and technical barriers. In China, which has both severe air pollution and a sophisticated set of nationwide energy efficiency programs, more still needs to be done to enhance the role of efficiency in improving air quality. Practitioner...

Air Quality and Multi-Pollutant Strategies, Energy Efficiency Program Design, Integrated Energy and Environmental Policy Download View Summary
Policy Brief May 31, 2016

开展好能效与改善空气质量的双赢项目—两部门需要相互合作,实现互惠互利

By Christopher James, Bob Taylor

开展能效项目会产生一定的经济效益,而且可以通过减少当地的燃料消耗或削减火电厂的发电需求,显著地减少空气污染(包括降低温室气体排放的影响)。尽管如此,要充分挖掘具有吸引力的能效项目的巨大潜力,对所有的国家而言,仍然是一项严峻的挑战。这主要是由于...

Air Quality and Multi-Pollutant Strategies, Energy Efficiency Program Design, Integrated Energy and Environmental Policy Download View Summary
Policy Brief November 24, 2015

Integrating Industrial Efficiency Measures into Air Quality Plans

By Christopher James, Bob Taylor, Gu Junchao

Coal combustion from industrial production is a chief contributor to China’s air pollution and rising greenhouse gas emissions. Despite this known linkage, there is no guide for China’s air pollution officials to assess the degree to which clean energy policies and reduced energy consumption could help to improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emission...

Climate and Public Health, Energy Efficiency and Demand Response, Energy Efficiency Program Design, Greenhouse Gas Management, Grid-Scale Renewables, Integrated Energy and Environmental Policy Download View Summary
Report November 24, 2015

将工业能效措施纳入空气质量管理规划

By Christopher James, Bob Taylor, Gu Junchao

工业生产燃煤是中国空气污染的主要来源,也成为不断增加的温室气体排放的罪魁祸首。虽然两者的关联度众所周知,但中国尚未规定空气质量监管部门如何评估清洁能源政策以及减少能源消耗能够在多大程度上有助于改善空气质量,减少温室气体的排放。中国“十一五”和...

Climate and Public Health, Energy Efficiency and Demand Response, Energy Efficiency Program Design, Greenhouse Gas Management, Grid-Scale Renewables, Integrated Energy and Environmental Policy Download View Summary