2021 - 2022
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
China is the world’s largest energy consumption country, with a large and growing influence on global energy markets. China aims at peaking its CO2 emissions before 2030 and reaching carbon neutrality until 2060. To support China to achieve its climate goals, the project “Sino-German Demonstration Project on Energy Efficiency in City Quarters” was launched, under the guidance of the National Development and Reform Commission and the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy, implemented by GIZ, the German Energy Agency (dena) and China Energy Conservation Consulting Ltd. (CECEP).
Intep will provide professional and technical advice to assist GIZ, the dena and CECEP to create a comprehensive energy development plan for Jintan Economic Development Zone (EDZ) as well as an integrated energy concept for two pilot areas within Jintan EDZ, which aims to identify the existing potentials for cost-effective energy efficiency measures and carbon emission reduction during district planning. Consequentially the project team derives corresponding measures for its implementation that contribute to a sustainable energy transition and climate protection.
During the implementation phase, intep will use its knowledge in the field of integrated energy planning in Europe and combine it with the characteristics of Chinese industrial parks, and also provide solutions and methods in the field of integrated energy and resource management and energy saving technologies. The project team is also committed to enhancing the exchange of experience with the Chinese experts, providing reference and knowledge to help strengthen the competencies and capacities of Chinese experts on integrated energy planning. In addition, intep will document the entire process and disseminate the success and experiences gained from the demonstration project and motivate more cities or industry parks to adopt similar approaches.
Integrated energy concept
Zero Emission standards
Potential analysis of energy efficiency
Potential analysis of renewable energy