New Pilot Program Aims to Expand Energy Efficiency in Chinese Cities (WRI)

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Retrofitting public buildings to be more energy efficient is an important step toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions in China. Photo by Brendan Corey Benson/Flickr.

The World Resources Institute (WRI) recently published a timely article on building efficiency in China, including updates from the recent U.S.-China Symposium on Energy Performance Contracting (EPC). This article explores the need of installing efficient technologies and energy codes for inefficient existing buildings, as well as new buildings – to ultimately reduce emissions and other harmful air pollutants.

[Read the WRI article here]