Achieving Scale in Energy-efficient Buildings in China: A View from the Construction and Real Estate Sectors

Case Study / Report / 06-08-2013 / China / English
Authors: GBPN

A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), commissioned by the GBPN, in collaboration with The China Sustainable Energy Program (CSEP) finds that China is on the right track towards increasing energy efficiency in buildings. However, greater awareness, clearer rules and easier access to domestic financing are necessary to ensure that these efficiency measures are brought to the right scale.

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Building Energy Labels are a best-known information policy tool for providing information on the energy efficiency of buildings. [Source: IEA]

A process, programme or system to assess and identify a building's green performance and allow this information to be standardised, displayed and communicated to the real estate market. [Source: Institute for Market Transformation]

The ratio between the energy services provided and the energy consumed. Something is more energy efficient if it delivers more services for the same energy input, or the same services for less energy input. [Source: IEA Glossary]

Policies mandated to accelerate climate change mitigation and adaptation measures. [Source: UNFCC]

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