Projects
November 2007 / December 2016

China's Energy Management Policies and Measures & Their International Comparison - CHINA

CHINA aims to develop approaches and policy lessons on energy governance for China international advanced practices. The objective is to improve the effectiveness of energy management and to mitigate the negative environmental impacts of energy use in China.

CHINA aims to develop approaches and policy lessons on energy governance for China international advanced practices. The objective is to improve the effectiveness of energy management and to mitigate the negative environmental impacts of energy use in China.

The study contributes to build up Chinese resources-saving and environmental-friendly society and to move toward global sustainable development.

The project provides also technical background to the Chinese central government as concerns the drafting of energy laws.

CHINA does so by putting the experience of energy management from developed countries and regions at the disposal of China, by analysing and assessing the efficiency of China current energy management policies and measures, and by making proposals to the Chinese decision-making departments on how to improve energy management and policy.

The desired final output of the project is to help Chinese policy-makers and local authorities to manange environmental protection and sustainable development issues and to raise their awareness in the field.

Main Results and Outputs

CHINA aims to develop approaches and policy lessons on energy governance for China international advanced practices, to improve the efficiency of energy management and to mitigate the negative environmental impacts of energy use in China. The project contributes to build up China resources-saving and environmental-friendly society and to move toward global sustainable development.

CHINA consists of five tasks, each with a specific objective:

  • Task 1 reviews energy management systems in China
  • Task 2 provides key information on energy management systems in Europe
  • Task 3 provides key information on energy management systems in Japan and the US
  • Task 4 draws comparisons between EU, US, Japanese and Chinese scenarios
  • Task 5 provides some recommendations and policy lessons for improving energy policy in China

CHINA is coordinated by the Institute of Industrial Economics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS).

FEEM participates in the project as an international research institution with widely acknowledged expertise in the field.

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