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China - Investment strategies for China's coal and electricity delivery system (Inglês)

This report develops and analyzes investment strategies and associated policies for China's coal and electricity delivery system, while also taking into account the air pollution effects of the different strategies. The study's original objective focused on coal transport, but because of the interrelationships of investments in the coal, transport, and electricity sectors, the objective gradually expanded to cover the entire coal-electricity delivery system. The study has produced two tangible fruits: an analysis system to assist the State Planning Commission with decision-making for the coal-electricity delivery system, and a set of policy analyses and recommendations proposed for the Chinese Government. The main conclusion of this study is that if economic growth during the rest of the 1990s continues in the forecast 8-9 percent range, delivery of enough coal and electricity should be possible to satisfy projected demands, despite prevalent rail and port bottlenecks.

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  • Data do documento

    1995/03/08

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório Econômico ou Setorial Pré-2003

  • No. do relatório

    12687

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    China - Investment strategies for China's coal and electricity delivery system

  • Palavras-chave

    social cost of pollution;energy research institute;transport and energy;Electricity;total suspended particulates;energy conservation investments;air pollution effects;energy supply option;local port authority;Southern and Eastern;energy efficiency improvement;cost of import;Thermal Power Generation;urban air pollution;prices for coal;net present value;environmental protection measures;amount of credit;high energy demand;energy system;efficiency of energy;state planning commission;national investment;decision support system;economic research;weights and measure;official exchange rate;demand for electricity;electricity transmission network;types of coal;recovery of investment;steam coal;congestion pricing;coal production;inland waterway;coal transport;railway capacity;energy shortage;coal price;electricity price;coastal region;coal flow;railway system;coal washing;unit train;optimization model;management science;axle load;financing system;coal consumption;calorific value;transport capacity;ash disposal;railway transport;coal mine;coal demand;railway network;Investment strategies;transmission line;railway congestion;hydropower plant;railway tariff;alternative strategy;Environmental Policy;environmental regulation;policy shift;electricity delivery;national grid;primary purpose;transport cost;reduced pressure;mitigation measure;benefit analysis;technological strategy;real cost;absolute amount;energy cost;environmental goal;hydropower capacity;mining cost;Combined Transport;emission allowance;hydropower site;thermal plant;pollution taxation;environmental benefit;coal supply;slurry pipeline;electricity shortage;general cargo;tariff structure;inflationary pressure;boiler design;southern coast;secure port;product subsidy;import increase;transport congestion;pollution permits;coastal area;electricity situation;nuclear plant;hydropower potential;transport railway;transition phase;oecd countries;power transmission;investment priority;sulfur dioxide;brown coal;electricity investment;inflationary impact;public transportation mode;national product;electricity production;recoverable coal;Electric Power;transmission investment;Capital Investments;coal distribution;transport mode;administrative allocation;passenger demand;environmental constraint;container transport;market efficiency;transport service;railways competition;water price;supply side;transport demand;market price;environmental factor;supply chain;strategic guidance;Nuclear Power;transport equation;physical condition;information supply;sectoral analysis;programming model;alternative investment;road transport;residential coal;Public Infrastructure;electricity sector;transport operation;kilowatt hour;alternating current;Investment priorities;coal usage;power network;institutional barrier;industrial country;computer analysis;commercial energy;Transport Systems;state council;coal import;severe shortage;steel plant;multimodal transport;electricity import;technological factors;discount rate;pollution level;shadow price;delivery strategy;railway investment;regional enforcement;railway line;railway service;market economy;freight traffic;coal use;sulfur reduction;price competition;pricing system;fleet size;energy supplies;legal framework;competitive price;term contract;environmental measure;coastal city;regional shifts;market mechanism;longer distance;

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