Tuesday, July 09, 2013

China's efforts are ineffective in industrial energy efficiency prove.

Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Beijing-the Chinese Government has installed efficient industrial development emphasis on energy in recent years by high costs and a series of policies and measures. However, the problems are lagging still developing its energy industry, including the generally small size of firms in China and difficulties in paying for the implementation of a policy under the current financing system.

Several projects, the addressing of the energy-consumption control were discussed and provided by the Council of State meeting, which took place at the beginning of this year. The 2013 Government work reports by the national people's Congress and the Chinese people's political Consultative Conference declared unequivocally that save energy and cyclic utilization aggressively focusing must be applied on energy saving in the manufacturing and transport sectors and public and private buildings. Focus energy consumption control, extended reduction in material consumption and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Is to shift the main areas that new specifically stated for the improvement of the previously mentioned 'disposal of the obsolete methods of production"in 2012 on a" device updates from leading companies "in 2013.

Statistics show that in the five years from 2007-2012 total energy consumption of China's reliable every year to more than last year, 3.62 billion tons of standard coal equivalent in the year 2012 a average 4.08 percent annual ranking of the country as the world's second largest consumer of energy retained, after the US-Chinese industrial energy consumption 71.5 percent of total energy consumption in the country in 2005 and had a share of 73% in the year 2012 accounted for to achieve.

According to 2012 China energy unit GDP energy consumption had decreased 56 percent saving service report, from 1990 until 2011, and were unit GDP carbon dioxide emissions declined 58 percent. But in the same 21 years in total energy consumption by a factor of 3.5 during the total carbon dioxide emissions rose by a factor of 3.4 increases.

During 2012, the pressure was reduced, since energy saving the growth of industries that consume vast amounts of electricity an acceptance as part of the general economic downturn. However, China's industrialization is not yet completed and its electricity demand remains high with total energy consumption continues to increase is expected in the next ten years.

Experts expect that until China reduced emissions and further complements the systems and mechanisms needed to ensure energy saving, the rate of increase of the country's unit GDP energy consumption remains high and is to reach 3.7 percent in 2013. China has already announced that it aims to reduce energy consumption per unit of GDP 16 per cent by the year 2015.

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