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REEEP Project Outputs

REEEP Project Outputs

  • Scaling up the Greening of China’s Supply Chains

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    Background

    In 2012 China’s government tasked the textile sector to reduce energy intensity 20% by 2015 compared with 2010 levels. During that year an earlier REEEP-funded project with Azure International created a capacity-raising energy efficiency programme which brought together the China National Textile and Apparel Council (CNTAC) four leading brands (Levi Strauss adidas group H&M and GAP) the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and 13 textile suppliers.

  • Research on a climate-friendly tariff-setting mechanism in China

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    Background

    Over the past two decades a wide variety of institutions have conducted research on reforming China’s power system including the World Bank’s research on this in 1990s the Energy Foundation’s Power Sector Reform Report in 2002 and other reports on splitting grids and building micro-grids in 2002 and 2003.

    Purpose

    To make policy recommendations for a climate-friendly electricity pricing scheme in China; one in which tariffs would be determined by a sound combination of economic and environmental considerations

  • Using Financial and Market-based Mechanisms to improve Building Energy Efficiency in China

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    Financial and market-based mechanisms offer a route to increase take-up of energy efficiency measures in buildings.  While market based mechanisms, principally the Clean Development Mechanism, have acted as a trigger in the development of many large, industrial scale energy efficiency projects in China, there has not been, as yet, a similar uptake of projects involving energy efficiency improvements to buildings.

  • Feasibility of ESCO model implemented in China agricultural facilities for improving energy efficiency

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    As the prices of both land and labour rise in China facility-based agriculture is beginning to gain momentum. Rather than growing food in open fields Chinese farmers are increasingly likely to use greenhouses and other covered facilities for cultivation. In 2010 there were more than 3.5 million acres in use for facility agriculture and this is expected to grow by a further 50% by 2020.

  • Roadmap for China's Wind Power Development

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    Roadmap for the development of wind in China. Translation from Chinese. Includes review of industry and international experience. Analysis of Chinese wind resources, market and barriers. Proposal of targets and roadmap until 2050.

  • Declaration of Edinburgh 2005

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    Declaration for a comprehensive and coherent European renewable energy and energy efficiency strategy (REEES) with the aim of a 100% energy supply from renewable energy sources in a few decades.