Supporting the climate-friendly development of Jiangsu Province – Phase III
As of: January 2021
With its nationally determined contribution (NDC), China has committed to achieving its CO2 emissions target and a transformation to a climate-friendly economy by 2030. The Jiangsu region is seeking to achieve this target even earlier, but to do so it needs support in planning integrated energy systems. The project supports the “Jiangsu Development and Reform Commission” in developing holistic energy strategies that are adapted to the needs of cities and industrial sectors. The focus of the project is on consulting services for integrated, innovative energy systems, particularly with regard to energy and material flows, increased energy efficiency and renewable energies. In its third phase, the project aims to make the results of the two previous projects sustainably accessible. To achieve this, a local institute will be set up to further develop and disseminate experience.
Climate protection through low carbon projects in the city network of the province Jiangsu
Low Carbon Development Achieved Through Energy Efficiency Measures in Jiangsu Province
State of implementation/results
- The study "Green development of energy-intensive industry" was published in April 2020. Involved actors: Nanjing Engineering Consulting Center, only available in Chinese (see link 1)
- The "Implementation Plan for the Introduction of Climate Change Managers" was published in March 2020, involved actors: SCS Hohmeyer (see link 2)
- The "Strategic Hydrogen Development Plan for the Changzhou Binjiang Economic Development Zone" was published in April 2020, involved actors: h2-netzwerk-ruhr e.V. (see link 3)
- On the 19. and 20. of April 2019 the project and its partners, the Jiangsu Province Construction Industry Modernization and Innovation Alliance (JCMA) and the Jiangsu Provincial Housing Industry Promotion Center, hosted the "8th International Pre-fabricated Building Forum and Exhibition”. The topic of the event was modular, integrated house construction technology. The event counted 450 Chinese and international participants, thus German approaches could be conveyed to a large audience.