Max Dupuy shared power sector policy recommendations to help China meet its national coal consumption cap with participants at the Natural Resources Defense Council’s Coal Consumption Cap and Energy Transition Workshop. Because China’s power sector accounts for half of the coal consumption in the country, it is essential that power sector reform supports the government’s coal cap and air quality objectives. Mr. Dupuy described the U.S. Clean Power program and highlighted three design elements worth consideration in China, including considering both the costs and benefits of all air quality improvements, utilizing energy efficiency as a power sector resource, and adjusting power plant dispatch to displace coal. He also highlighted recommendations for implementing these policies.