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Impacts of renewable energy regulations on the structure of power generation in China – A critical analysis

China is facing a number of energy-related challenges such as shortage of electricity supply and environmental pollution. The Government recognized the important role the renewable energy plays in the power generation structure. As a result, a series of supporting policies, laws and regulations have... Full description

Journal Title: Renewable energy 2011, Vol.36 (1), p.24-30
Main Author: Zhao, Zhen-Yu
Other Authors: Zuo, Jian , Fan, Lei-Lei , Zillante, George
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  • Policies
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  • Pollution abatement
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  • Renewable energy
  • School construction
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description: China is facing a number of energy-related challenges such as shortage of electricity supply and environmental pollution. The Government recognized the important role the renewable energy plays in the power generation structure. As a result, a series of supporting policies, laws and regulations have been issued to boost the renewable energies in China. This paper provides a critical analysis of the policy framework for the renewable energy in China and its impacts on the power generation structure. The relevant policy documents, including the most recent government work report delivered by Premier Wen Jia-bao during the Third Session of the 11th National People’s Congress (NPC) in March 2010 are analyzed. The patterns of renewable energy developments are found strongly correlated with the promulgation of relevant policies.
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