Putting policy into practice in China

In the third part of a series on China's efforts to improve its energy efficiency, this article provides detail on specific programs and targets which have institutionalised energy efficiency in the country.

This is the third of a three part series of articles on China's efforts to improve energy efficiency. It is partly a response to an article in Climate Spectator by Tristan Edis questioning the Chinese Government's likelihood of delivering on a 2015 target that would cap coal consumption. The first article in this series explained that China’s efforts to improve its energy efficiency and reduce energy intensity have delivered significant results. The second provided an historical overview of China’s policy approach to energy efficiency. This final article provides further detail on specific government programs and what might lie ahead.

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