Report of the Outcome Evaluation on Energy (CPO-06)

The phenomenal economic growth and the world's largest national population of China and its extensive dependence on coal and petroleum have led to many critical and massive environmental effects. Due to its CO2 intensive energy production due to coal, China will become the world's biggest CO2 emitter before 2010, thus overtaking the U.S.A. for that matter. The different projects in renewable energy (RE), energy efficiency (EE) and clean development mechanisms (CDM) have been helping China expand its industrial and commercial infrastructures to include clean and sustainable renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and comply with global climate change commitments.

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Organizational sector evaluation

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Other Energy

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East Asia and Pacific

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Outcome Evaluation



Evaluation Author: 

Rogelio Z. Aldover, Xuejun Wang, Lv Fang

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