This report was prepared by
Matti Supponen, former Policy Coordinator, Directorate General Energy, European Commission and
XIA Qing, CHEN Qixin and JIANG Nan, Tsinghua University
The report benefited from extensive comments made by Professor Jean Michel Glachant, Director of the Florence School of Regulation.
EU-China Energy Cooperation Platform was launched on 15 May 2019, to support the implementation of activities announced in the Joint Statement on the Implementation of EU-China Energy Cooperation. The overall objective of ECECP is to enhance EU-China cooperation on energy. In line with the EUs Green Deal, Energy Union, the Clean Energy for All European initiative, the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the EUs Global Strategy, this enhanced cooperation will help increase mutual trust and understanding between EU and China and contribute to a global transition towards clean energy on the basis of a common vision of a sustainable, reliable and secure energy system. ECECP is implemented by a consortium led by ICF, jointly with Energy Research Institute of National Development and Reform Commission and China Energy Conservation and Environment Protection Consulting; policy steering is by the EU (DG ENER) and the China National Energy Administration.
The information and views set out in this report are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the European Union, the China National Energy Administration or ECECP. Neither the European Union nor China National Energy Administration nor ECECP can guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this study. Neither the European Union, China National Energy Administration, ECECP nor any person acting on their behalf may be held responsible for the use, which may be made of the information contained therein.
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English editing: Helen Farrell, Chinese editing: CHI Jieqiao
eBook production: Veronika Spurna， ECECP Junior Postgraduate Fellow