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  • Date December 23, 2019
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Abstract

On October 15, several leading Chinese research institutes released a joint study, “Research on China’s Oil Consumption Peak and Cap Plan” (ERI 2019). It analyzes China’s future oil demand and the policy instruments it could use to cap its use of oil. The latter would help China to manage domestic environmental pollution and limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (°C) above pre-industrial levels.

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Dongmei Chen

Research Fellow Dongmei is a research fellow with more than 20 years of professional experience on China’s energy and climate change policy… Dongmei is a research fellow with more than 20 years of professional experience on China’s energy and climate change policy development. At the Center, she carries out research on China and has contributed to workshop briefs. Previously she worked in a state-owned company, and in government and non-government agencies. As a senior adviser and head of IIP's China office, she engaged with Chinese industrial stakeholders for best practice development and dissemination. As director of the WWF China Climate Change and Energy Program, she designed the Low Carbon City Initiative in partnership with local governments and international networks. Dongmei also engaged in the study and discussion on renewable energy and coal policy in China.

Expertise

  • Energy governance
  • Transport policy and industrial energy productivity analysis

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