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Industrial Energy Efficiency Working Group

Industry Energy & Efficiency

Industry Energy & Efficiency

Industry Energy & Efficiency

Industry Energy & Efficiency

Nuclear Power

Energy Efficient Building & Design

Clean Transport

& Fuel

DECHP

Clean

Coal

Renewable

Energy

Clean

Coal

DECHP

Smart

Grid

DECHP

Renewable Energy

DECHP

Shale

Gas

EFI

EFI

EFI

EFI

EFI

EFI

EFI

EFI

EFI

EFI

EFI

EFI

Power Generation

Clean Air

Eco City

working group members
Working Group Members

Co-Chairs

Members

working group roadmap
Working Group Roadmap

十二五规划目标

单位GDP能耗降低16%

12th FYP Target:

Reduce Energy Intensity/GDP output by 16%

2015年

行业: 4个

项目: 12-15个

2013-2014年

行业: 3个

项目: 6-8个

2015

Sectors: 4

Projects: 12-15

2012年

行业: 1个

项目: 1-3个

2013-2014

Sectors: 3

Projects: 6-8

2012

Sector: 1

Projects: 1-3

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A

Key Deliverables Achieved in

2013

B

E

D

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Key Accomplishments in 2013

  • Industrial Emission Reduction and Energy Efficiency
    • Kick-off industrial boiler energy efficiency improvement and emission reduction workshop with MIIT
    • Content support for 5th Energy Efficiency Forum
  • Major Events in 2013
    • April: 3rd ECP annual work meeting attended by Secretary of State John Kerry and State Councillor Yang Jiechi
    • Year-round: systematic engagement with US-China Climate Change Working Group to support ECP initiatives and memco projects
    • September: Shandong provincial trip accompanies by VM Wang Chao of MOFCOM and VG Xia Geng for memco project advocacy and market development
    • 2H: Industrial expertise support for and market development through US-China Eco-City Partnership pilot program kick-off and local visits
    • October: MB Executive Committee and Senior Executives Meeting with U.S. Secretary of Energy Dr. Ernest Moniz on U.S.-China Energy Policy Engagement and DOE public-private Partnership programs
    • December: ECP 4th anniversary aside of JCCT including renewal of 2011 USTDA and NEA MOU in support of ECP
  • Smart grid modernization technical assistance
    • Demand side management demo project in Tianjin (Honeywell, AECOM)
  • Renewable energy
    • Content support for 3rd Renewable Energy Industrial Forum
    • Release of two studies:
        • US-CN-EU PV integration standard comparison findings
        • Reference on US wind standard and market conditions
  • Eco-city / smart solutions for energy efficiency improvement
    • Green data center program, including workshop, bilateral expert committee establishment and best practice portfolio initiation, kick-off supported by TDA, DOE and MIIT
    • Low carbon city development workshop with NDRC
  • Clean transportation and fuel
    • Content support for US-China Advanced Biofuel Forum
    • Improved access to Chinese government regulators and industry consortium on clean transportation market access issues
  • Civil nuclear energy
    • Content support for the first US civil nuclear trade mission to China
    • Agreement by US DOE and DOC to support NPWG systematic engagement with China on nuclear safety in alignment with PUNT and industry needs
  • Energy financing and investment
    • Development of CFIUS guide for Chinese investors
    • Content support for US investment promotion at events led by MOFCOM, USDOC, DOE
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Key Priories (Short-term) in

2014

B

E

D

C

2014 Key Priorities (Short-term)

  • Clean coal
    • Follow-up visit to develop clean coal projects in Xinjiang
    • Participation in DOE-NEA clean coal training programs
    • Support for US-China Coal Industrial Forum
    • Mercury control workshop with MEP
  • Major Events
    • Year-round: continued systematic coordination with the US-China Climate Change Working Group to support ECP and memco initiatives and projects
    • Q1: ECP-Huaneng Carbon Assets Cooperation MOU
    • February and March: Xinjiang trade mission follow-up for clean coal, renewable energy and DE&CHP
    • Q1: 4th annual work meeting
    • Q3: first ECP missions to Inner-Mongolia, Hebei and Shanxi
    • Q3: Green Data Centre Demo Project Signing (5th US-China Energy Efficiency Forum)
    • Q3: Boiler Demo Project Signing (5th US-China Energy Efficiency Forum)
  • Industrial emission reduction and energy efficiency
    • Demo projects for industrial boiler efficiency improvement and emission control (ST Johnson, Honeywell, GE, LP Amina)
    • TDA funded RTM for Industrial boiler efficiency and emission reduction with MIIT (combined with green data center)
  • Smart grid modernization technical assistance
    • FERC, TDA and DOE supported workshops and RTM on grid management and renewable energy integration
    • Micro-grid demo project for roof PV, energy storage and DSM
    • Cisco – CEPRI integrated smart grid communication model feasibility study
    • OSIsoft & Cisco – China Southern Grid EPRI distributed data integration, mgnt, visualization, for OEM feasibility study
  • Eco-city / smart solutions for energy efficiency improvement
    • Support for memco demo project development in Hefei and Mentougou on city planning and smart solution energy efficiency R&D
    • Domestic eco-city exchange program for Chinese mayors
    • Scale-up of green data center program including project-based workshops and demo project development
    • TDA funded RTM for green data center with MIIT (combined with industrial boiler efficiency)
  • Renewable energy
    • Module stability and safety evaluation workshop
    • Wind turbine quality and standard mutual recognition workshop
  • Civil nuclear energy
    • US nuclear safety culture and technology workshop series supported by DOE, DOC and NRC in Q1 and Q2 2013
    • Workshop on nuclear liability protection (prospective members, including Chadbourne LLP)
  • Clean transportation and fuel
    • Fuel economics workshop proposed with China Petroleum Industry Federation (CPCIF)
    • High energy efficiency engine application on auto vehicle (Pinnacle in Chongqing or Anhui)
  • Shale gas
    • TDA-funded shale gas training program on promotion of US shale gas technologies
    • Shale gas RTM to be funded by TDA
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A

Key Priorities (Long-term)

in

2014

B

E

D

C

2014 Key Priorities (Long-term)

  • Major Events
    • Year-round: continued systematic coordination with the US-China Climate Change Working Group to support ECP and memco initiatives and projects
    • Early 2H: energy industrial content support the US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue
    • Mid 2H: US industry content support for APEC
    • Mid and late 2H: industrial content support for bilateral industrial forums including EEF, REIF, ABF
    • Late 2H: memco and industry advocacy through JCCT
    • Late 2H: 5th ECP anniversary
  • Industrial emission reduction and energy efficiency
    • Cement work series and demo project on cement manufacturing energy efficiency and emission reduction
    • DE&CHP solution based project development in industrial parks and cities
  • Clean coal
    • CCUS project development in Xinjiang and Shanxi
    • CCUS RTM to be funded by USTDA
  • Renewable energy
    • Small scale wind power generation pilot project in industrial park (FloDesign)
    • Thin film PV power generation station demo project (First Solar)
    • New energy power generation operation and management training
  • Eco-city / smart solution for energy efficiency improvement
    • Chinese eco-city need assessment feasibility study including building retrofit
    • Industrial park or building based demo project (Honeywell, Cisco, FXXC)
    • Provision of findings from demo projects for green data center standards
    • Upgrade of green data center program to comprehensive smart solution for energy efficiency improvement
  • Clean transportation and fuel
    • Continuous dialogue with NEA on market entry regulations for alternative fuel
  • Shale gas
    • Development of technology trading platform in collaboration with CIODPA
  • Energy financing and investment
    • City financing workshop
    • Portfolio development of US-based energy projects for Chinese investment
  • Civil nuclear energy
    • Support for US companies’ existing project and market development in China through continuous engagement on nuclear safety supported by USG
    • Engagement with bilateral governments on localization regarding market access issues e.g. Part 810, HAF regulations, liability protection