China’s Recent New Energy Policy and Legislative Developments

 

Title
China’s Recent New Energy Policy and Legislative Developments
Author
Dennis Y.H. Tsai , C. C. Chen
Keywords
Renewable Energy Law, Renewable Energy Target Policy, Feed-in Law, Dystem of Categorized Electricity Tariff, System of Special Fund
Abstract
Along with the further progress of the China’s reform and opening-up, this not
only brings economical value for China, but it also makes China to face growing
shortage of traditional fossil energy sources. The environmental pollution of China
also becomes increasingly serious. Moreover, it has to take the international pressure
of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. China has to ensure energy security, in
order to maintain the steady economic development, to alleviate the potential of the
energy crisis, and to protect the environment effectively. This article focuses on the
analysis of 2005 “Renewable Energy Law” and the 2010 version of “Renewable
Energy Law”. It gives overall analysis of the Renewable Energy Target Policy,
Feed-in Law, Classified Electricity Price Regulation, the Cost Allocation Policy,
and the Special Funds Institution; it also describes and assesses the system differences before amending the act. This paper hopes the study results of this article can
provide references for the government to promote and develop green energy policy
or legal measures in the future.
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