The proposed technical assistance (TA) will use, expand, and tailor an existing model to the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei (BTH) region to support the government in (i) assessing the interaction of climate and clean air policies; (ii) capturing co-benefits and identifying synergies between policies across sectors; (iii) taking measures that are cost-effective and well-coordinated within the BTH region; (iv) identifying policy and management approaches that strengthen incentives for plant-level compliance with energy transformation and environmental objectives; (v) projecting the impact of incentives created by market-based instruments to be established, such as the national emissions trading system; and (vi) studying the health impacts of policies.
Department of Energy Conservation and Resources Utilization Ministry of Industry and Information Technology
Mr. Yang Tiesheng, Deputy Director
People's Republic of China 13 West Chang An Ave Beijing, 100804, China
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