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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

Implementor

The National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation