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Perspectives on China's Evolving Energy System Event

Time:
12:00 - 13:00
Date:
10 June 2011
Venue:
Building 37, Room 4049

Event details

To maintain the fast economic growth of China, its energy system is subject to many challenges and needs to undergo a systematic transformation. In this presentation, an up-to-date overview of the energy situation in China will be provided firstly, followed by a discussion on the underlying issues which cause energy wasting systematically by decomposing annual energy consumption into three categories as capital-formation-driven, export-driven and final-consumption-driven. Based on these understandings, an overall insight into China’s energy system and a holistic view of energy conservation strategy are illustrated.

http://www.tsinghua.edu.cn/

Professor Zheng Li

Energy Seminar

"Perspectives on China's Evolving Energy System"

Professor Zheng Li
Dean, Department of Thermal Engineering
Director, Tsinghua BP Clean Energy Center
Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

To maintain the fast economic growth of China, its energy system is subject to many challenges and needs to undergo a systematic transformation. In this presentation, an up-to-date overview of the energy situation in China will be provided firstly, followed by a discussion on the underlying issues which cause energy wasting systematically by decomposing annual energy consumption into three categories as capital-formation-driven, export-driven and final-consumption-driven. Based on these understandings, an overall insight into China's energy system and a holistic view of energy conservation strategy are illustrated.

Contact

Professor Kai Luo
Head, Energy Technology Research Group
School of Engineering Sciences
K.H.Luo@southampton.ac.uk
https://www.southampton.ac.uk/ses/research/energy/staff.html

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