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Sustainable Energy in China ; The Closing Window of Opportunity

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Series: Directions in Development | Energy and MiningPublication details: Washington, D.C. : The World Bank 2007Edition: 1. EdDescription: liii, 273 ppISBN:
  • 0-8213-6753-6
  • 978-0-8213-6753-7
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 333 Economics of land and energy
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Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Acronyms and Abbreviations; Executive Summary; Introduction; China's Energy Future: The Challenge of Recent Trends; Reining in Future Energy Consumption; Greening the Energy Sector; Securing Energy Supply; Getting the Fundamentals Right; Shaping the Future toward Sustainability; Appendices: Gross Domestic Product and Energy Consumption in China, 1980-2005; Biomass Energy Use in China; The Chinese System for Energy Statistics. History, Current Situation, and Ways to Improve the System; Energy Costs as a Proportion of Gross Domestic Product. Estimates for China, Japan, and the United States; Feedback from the Dissemination Workshop; Life-Cycle Costs of Electricity Generation Alternatives with Environmental Costs Factored In; International Experience of Insecurity of Energy Supply; Strategic Oil Reserves for China; Predominant Approaches for Setting Regulated Tariffs for Gas and Electricity Transmission and Distribution; Lessons from International Experience. Relevant Examples of Losses Derived from Unsound Energy Pricing; Gas Price Formation and Gas Subsector Reform; Pricing System to Support Adequate Implementation of State Council Document No. 5 on Power Subsector Reform; Index; Boxes; Figures; Tables;
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from the Table of Contents: Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Acronyms and Abbreviations; Executive Summary; Introduction; China's Energy Future: The Challenge of Recent Trends; Reining in Future Energy Consumption; Greening the Energy Sector; Securing Energy Supply; Getting the Fundamentals Right; Shaping the Future toward Sustainability; Appendices: Gross Domestic Product and Energy Consumption in China, 1980-2005; Biomass Energy Use in China; The Chinese System for Energy Statistics. History, Current Situation, and Ways to Improve the System; Energy Costs as a Proportion of Gross Domestic Product. Estimates for China, Japan, and the United States; Feedback from the Dissemination Workshop; Life-Cycle Costs of Electricity Generation Alternatives with Environmental Costs Factored In; International Experience of Insecurity of Energy Supply; Strategic Oil Reserves for China; Predominant Approaches for Setting Regulated Tariffs for Gas and Electricity Transmission and Distribution; Lessons from International Experience. Relevant Examples of Losses Derived from Unsound Energy Pricing; Gas Price Formation and Gas Subsector Reform; Pricing System to Support Adequate Implementation of State Council Document No. 5 on Power Subsector Reform; Index; Boxes; Figures; Tables;

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