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2021年10月 | October 2021

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China Looks to Implement Time-of-Use Electricity Pricing Nationwide

Electricity pricing that varies by time of use (TOU) could be a significant contributor to China’s decarbonization efforts and help manage future power shortages. Max Dupuy analyzes the National Development and Reform Commission's latest policy, which provides a promising framework for retail TOU pricing

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Global insights: EU

Unlocking Demand-Side Response in Turkey

Policymakers can play a pivotal role in helping Turkey achieve its clean energy vision by designing policies to encourage investment in clean tech and maximize the value of renewables, while mitigating adverse consequences for the grid and consumers. In a new study, SHURA Energy Transition Center and RAP explore why demand-side response is essential for the transition to clean energy and outline a six-point plan for scaling up demand-side response in Turkey. Read more

Global Insights: u.s.

The Unsung Hero of the Climate Fight: Energy Efficiency

As the imperative to take actions to mitigate climate change becomes more urgent, states are looking to aggressive renewables targets and electrification. But neither of these policies will be as successful as quickly as we need them to be without another key policy tool: energy efficiency. Elaine Prause covers five reasons why efficiency is still integral to meeting climate goals. Read more

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