September 14, 2011

Can China Manage Its Energy Consumption?

Damien Ma, The Atlantic


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Having strayed from energy lately, I thought it a good time to return to it. Just when you thought the whole 12th Five-Year Plan (FYP) matter was wrapping up, it turns out to have only begun. An energy-specific 12th FYP is expected to be released later this year, barring delays. The plan should offer plenty of details on how China will execute the policies to reach the energy targets it has set. . .

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TAGGED: carbon emissions, energy consumption, Chinese energy policy, China, The Atlantic

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