The hottest turning point of energy conservation a

2022-08-13
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"In the first half of this year, with the joint efforts of the whole society, significant progress has been made in achieving the two goals of reducing energy consumption per unit of GDP and the total emission of major pollutants. The inflection point is emerging, and the momentum of energy conservation and emission reduction is very good." Qi Jianguo, deputy director of the Institute of quantitative economics and technical economics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said on October 28, "nevertheless, the situation is not optimistic in terms of time, measures taken and results achieved, and there is still great pressure to complete these two goals by the end of the Eleventh Five year plan period by 'conveniently and accurately setting the distance between the two rollers'."

it is more and more difficult to achieve the goal

Qi Jianguo said that the statistical data show that the output energy consumption per unit of GDP in China increased every year from 2000 to 2005. Under the background of difficult industrial structure adjustment, it is very difficult to reverse the rising trend of unit energy consumption. To continue this good trend since the second half of last year and achieve the goals of the Eleventh Five Year Plan period, the task is still quite arduous

Qijian, the country with the highest cost performance, believes that China's high energy consumption industry is still developing rapidly. The contribution of the decline in energy consumption per unit of GDP in the first half of the year mainly came from the improvement of power generation efficiency after the power generation enterprises "increase the size and suppress the size". With the rapid growth of high energy consuming industries and the increasingly limited potential of shutting down small thermal power, it will be more and more difficult to achieve the energy-saving goal

at the same time, the total emission of sulfur dioxide has begun to decline in the first half of the year, and the growth rate of the total emission of chemical oxygen demand has also fallen by nearly 3.5 percentage points compared with the same period last year, indicating that the inflection point of the total emission of major pollutants is about to appear. However, the total emission of major pollutants in the country affects the correct reset of the force measuring indicator, and the distribution of regions and industries is uneven. This not only shows that there is still great potential for the decline of the total emission of major pollutants, but also shows that the expansion trend of high energy consumption and high pollution industries has not been completely curbed

it is reported that the six major industries with high energy consumption and high pollution emission intensity, including power, steel, non-ferrous metals, building materials, petroleum processing, and chemical industry, which account for nearly 70% of the country's industrial energy consumption and sulfur dioxide emissions, still grew at a rate of more than 15% in the first half of 2007

environmental access standards may be more stringent

Wang Tongsan, director of the Institute of quantitative economics and technical economics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, believes that from the perspective of the effectiveness of China's energy conservation and emission reduction work, the situation is not optimistic, because at present, China's energy conservation and emission reduction work is still dominated by administrative means, and has not been transformed into conscious actions of enterprises. At present, if the legal system related to energy conservation and emission reduction is not well solved, it may lead to the reversal of the achievements made so far. Wang Tongsan believes that the establishment of a long-term mechanism for energy conservation and emission reduction should start with institutional mechanisms and focus on the long term

for specific measures, he suggested that we should continue to implement more stringent environmental access standards, strengthen the incentive and incentive policies for energy conservation and emission reduction, improve the charging standards for environmental protection, improve the tax system for energy conservation and emission reduction, strengthen financial services in the field of energy conservation and environmental protection, and promote the realization of the "Eleventh Five Year Plan" energy conservation and emission reduction goals on schedule by legal means

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