Decarbonizing China’s Power Sector for Cleaner Air & Climate Smart Cities

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At the US-China Climate Smart/Low Carbon City Summit held September 15-16 in Los Angeles, 11 Chinese cities and 3 provinces committed to taking steps to reduce carbon emissions and reach “peak coal” earlier than China’s national 2030 target. Continued expansion of renewables, gas, nuclear power and energy efficient buildings in China’s cities will depend heavily on efforts to decarbonize the country’s power grid. Speakers at this meeting will discuss emerging reforms and clean energy investments (including nuclear power) investments at both national and municipal levels to decrease coal-fired electricity.


  • Frederick Westin, Regulatory Assistance Project
  • Isabel Hilton, chinadialogue


Woodrow Wilson Center
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW 6th Floor
Washington DC 20004

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