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May 12, 2019

Controlling Air Pollution From Disaggregated Coal Use: Policy, Technical Guidelines and Business Models for Shallow Geothermal Energy

In March 2019, the China International Engineering Consulting Company released this report with support from Energy Foundation China.
May 12, 2019

The Economics of Setting Up Coal-free Zones for Chinese Cities

In January 2019, the Shenzhen Institute of Peking University completed a study on coal-free zones in cities, which was supported by Energy Foundation China.
Feb 2, 2019

Key Issues in Establishing China’s Water Rights Market and Policy Recommendations

In 2018, the Development Research Center of the Ministry of Water Resources analyzed how to establish China’s water rights market and proposed policy recommendations accordingly. The study summarized experiences of small-scale water rights market pilots in China, identified key issues for their future development, and provided policy recommendations.
Nov 12, 2018

Water Issues With China’s Energy Scenarios up to 2020 and 2030

In 2018, the Tsinghua-BP Clean Energy Research and Education Center studied water issues with China’s 2020 and 2030 energy scenarios. Researchers provided quantitative figures of water withdrawal and consumption in pre-specified energy scenarios, especially for 2020 and 2030. This is the first study to help justify the impacts of energy development on water resources and conservation targets in China. The research was supported by Energy Foundation China.
Jul 10, 2018

Best Available Air Pollution Control Technologies and Emission Reduction Potential in the Iron and Steel Industry

With Energy Foundation China’s support, the Chinese Appraisal Center for Environment and Engineering researched on best available technologies (BAT) for air pollution control in China’s iron and steel industry and quantified the emission reduction potential.
Jul 10, 2018

U.S. Best Management Practices for Monitoring and Reducing Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds: A Petroleum Refinery Case Study

In 2017, Energy Foundation China supported RTI International to disseminate international best practices in controlling volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from industrial processes. RTI looked into the petroleum refinery industry in the U.S. and summarized what they have done right.
Dec 31, 2017

Promoting China’s Environmental Technologies: Current Status and Recommendations for Improvement

With the support of Energy Foundation China, the China Association of Environmental Protection Industry carried out a research project to promote environmental technologies in the country. Researchers analyzed problems in how environmental technologies are currently promoted, and then offered suggestions for future improvement.
Nov 1, 2017

Guideline for Disaggregated Coal Control and Clean Heating; Case Studies on Clean Heating Technologies

The Innovation Center for Clean-air Solutions and the Beijing Municipal Research Institute of Environmental Protection studied clean energy transformation in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and produced two reports: the Guideline for Disaggregated Coal Control and Clean Heating, and the Case Studies on Clean Heating Technologies. They provide technical assistance to local cities that seek to control disaggregated coal use. The research was supported by Energy Foundation China.
Sep 27, 2017

How to Reach Air Quality Standard of PM2.5 in China by 2030 -- a numerical simulation discussion based on energy and end-of-pipe control scenarios

In order to support the potential of achieving long-term improvement of air quality in China, the Energy Foundation China supports Tsinghua University to conduct a study on How to Reach Air Quality Standard of PM2.5 in China by 2030. Based on the results from energy forecasting model, emission inventory, and air-quality model, this report provides recommendations for the major cities of China to reach Air Quality Standard of PM2.5 in near future.
Sep 26, 2017

The Hidden Costs of China’s Coal-to-Chemical Sector -- A framework to stress test investments for environmental risks

To better inform investment decision making, this study develop a pragmatic framework for investors to assess environmental risks using the coal-to-chemical sector as an example. This report is developed by the Trucost and S&P Dow Jones Indices, and is supported by Energy Foundation China.
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