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Study on Several Issues of EnergyProduction Revolution

Huang Qili,Yuan Qingtang and Han Tao

Strategic Study of CAE 2015, Volume 17, Issue 9,   Pages 105-110

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The policies of the resources conservation and environmental protection, as well as the energy production and consumption revolution, are important guarantees for sustainable development of the energy industry. Based on the analysis of China’s energy production situation and the world’s energy development trend, this paper states the foundation of the energy production revolution, explains the meaning and strategic thinking of energy production revolution, including the green coal, the amount multiplication of petroleum and gas, the renewable energy with large proportion, the nuclear power, CO2 capture utilization and storage (CCS/CCUS), and the new-energy vehicles. Also, the strategic objectives in the near, medium and long terms, the key tasks, the supporting policies and the major proposals for the energy production revolution have been proposed.

Keywords: energy production revolution     basic judgment     strategic objective     key task     policy proposal    

Research on New Energy Auto Industry’s National Development Strategy

Chao Peipei, Gao Jinyan, Yang Yang, Hu Qingao, Zhong Zhihua

Strategic Study of CAE 2016, Volume 18, Issue 4,   Pages 69-75 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2016.04.011

Abstract: After the study of supportive policy and product technology level of new energy vehicle industry that

Keywords: new energy vehicle     great significance     China-world comparison     strategic routes     key projects     policyproposal    

Analysis of the current situation of environmental policy of China and establishment of distributed environmentalpolicy framework

Chaoyang FU,Wangfeng LI

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2015, Volume 9, Issue 2,   Pages 310-316 doi: 10.1007/s11783-014-0658-9

Abstract: studies are conducted focusing on the implementation effect of contemporary China’s typical environmental policytypes of environmental management tools are compared from the perspective of implementation costs and policywhich could afford a new method for changing the current relatively low efficiency of environmental policy, solving the problem of “government failure” in environmental policy implementation, and providing anew way to make environmental policy system more flexible and more efficient.

Keywords: environmental policy     distributed environment policy     distributed parameter model     lumped parameter model    

Research on Technology Directions and Roadmap of CCS/CCUS for Coal-Fired Power Generation in China

Ye Yunyun, Liao Haiyan, Wang Peng, Wang Junwei, Li Quansheng

Strategic Study of CAE 2018, Volume 20, Issue 3,   Pages 80-89 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2018.03.012

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China is currently the world's largest carbon emitter, and faces great pressure in emission reduction, with coal accounting for more than 75% of China's carbon emissions in energy consumption. In this paper, development directions of a carbon capture and storage (CCS) / carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technology in China are researched and proposed, roadmaps for CO2 capture technologies and transportation technologies, CO2 chemical industry, and micro-algae bio-oil production and mineralization technology are developed by time nodes, national carbon emissions that may be achieved by 2020, 2030, and 2050 are calculated, contributions of energy saving and consumption reduction, energy structure adjustment, the CCS/CCUS technology to CO2 emission reduction are evaluated, and recommendations for popularization and application of the CCS/CCUS technology are proposed.

Keywords: coal-fired generation     carbon capture     utilization and storage     technology roadmap     emission forecast     policyproposal    

Modest Proposal on Logistics Industry and Logistics Technology of China

Luo Yixin,Xu Ewei

Strategic Study of CAE 2004, Volume 6, Issue 6,   Pages 79-84

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In order to propel the logistics industry of China forward, the achievements in Chinese modern logistics industry development are described. Problems concerning the logistics programme, logistics standard, logistics technology, logistics personnel,etc. , are pointed out. To solve these problems, appropriate measures have been proposed.

Keywords: logistics     development     problem     measure    

Revolutionizing heat transport enhancement with liquid metals: Proposal of a new industry of water-free

Haiyan LI, Jing LIU

Frontiers in Energy 2011, Volume 5, Issue 1,   Pages 20-42 doi: 10.1007/s11708-011-0139-9

Abstract: Water is perhaps the most widely adopted working fluid in conventional industrial heat transport engineering. However, it may no longer be the best option today due to the increasing scarcity of water resources. Furthermore, the wide variations in water supply throughout the year and across different geographic regions also makes it harder to easily access. To address this issue, finding new alternatives to replace water-based technologies is imperative. In this paper, the concept of a water-free heat exchanger is proposed and comprehensively analyzed for the first time. The liquid metal with a low melting point is identified as an ideal fluid that can flexibly be used within a wide range of working temperatures. Some liquid metals and their alloys, which have previously received little attention in thermal management areas, are evaluated. With superior thermal conductivity, electromagnetic field drivability, and extremely low power consumption, liquid metal coolants promise many opportunities for revolutionizing modern heat transport processes: serving as heat transport fluid in industries, administrating thermal management in power and energy systems, and innovating enhanced cooling in electronic or optical devices. Furthermore, comparative analyses are conducted to understand the technical barriers encountered by advanced water-based heat transfer strategies and clarify this new frontier in heat-transport study. In addition, the unique merits of liquid metals that could lead to innovative heat exchanger technologies are evaluated comprehensively. A few promising industrial situations, such as heat recovery, chip cooling, thermoelectricity generation, and military applications, where liquid metals could play irreplaceable roles, were outlined. The technical challenges and scientific issues thus raised are summarized. With their evident ability to meet various critical requirements in modern advanced energy and power industries, liquid metal-enabled technologies are expected to usher a new and global era of water-free heat exchangers.

Keywords: heat exchanger     liquid metal     water resource     heat transport enhancement     coolant     thermal management     process engineering     energy crisis     chip cooling    

China’s policy framework for carbon capture, utilization and storage: Review, analysis, and outlook

Frontiers in Energy 2023, Volume 17, Issue 3,   Pages 400-411 doi: 10.1007/s11708-023-0862-z

Abstract: such enormous demand and the current capacity, and thus a sound enabling environment with sufficient policyThis study reviewed 59 CCUS-related policy documents issued by the Chinese government as of July 2022, and found that a supporting policy framework for CCUS is taking embryonic form in China.The results indicate that supply-type policies are unbalanced in policy objectives, as policy terms onDemand-type policies are absent in the current policy system but is essential to drive the demand for

Keywords: carbon capture     utilization     and storage (CCUS)     policy     content analysis     China    

Hierarchical methodological framework to improve Policy Environmental Assessment: Based on policy layer

Yinglie ZHOU, Cunkuan BAO,

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 1,   Pages 82-90 doi: 10.1007/s11783-010-0004-9

Abstract: This study explores the current implementation challenges of the Policy Environmental Assessment (PEAStemming from the theory and practice of policy, a concept of PEA hierarchies is proposed including theThe evaluation of the policy environmental impacts from different lens helps solve the complexities of

Keywords: Policy Environmental Assessment (PEA)     policy hierarchy     PEA hierarchy     methodological framework    

Translating evidence into policy in China: opportunities and challenges

Jiyao Wang, Xuejuan Jin

Frontiers of Medicine 2011, Volume 5, Issue 3,   Pages 315-320 doi: 10.1007/s11684-011-0146-6

Abstract: In the past two decades, the Chinese Clinical Epidemiology Network has been promoting evidence-based policyEvidence-based policy has become a major part of the government’s approach to policy making.It also discusses the opportunities and challenges for certain evidence to be considered in policy making

Keywords: clinical epidemiology     evidence-based decision making     policy    

Moving policy and regulation forward for single-use plastic alternatives

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 3, doi: 10.1007/s11783-021-1423-5

Abstract: Single-use plastics are often used once or cannot be reused for extended periods. They are widely consumed with the rapid development of social economy. The waste generated by single-use plastics threatens ecosystem health by entering the environment and ultimately restricts sustainable human development. The innovation of sustainable and environmentally friendly single-use plastic alternative materials and the joint participation of governments, enterprises and the public are promising technologies and management approaches that can solve the problem of single-use plastics wastes. The development of single-use plastic alternative products can be promoted fundamentally only by improving relevant legislation and standards, providing differentiated industrial policies, encouraging scientific and technological innovation and expanding public participation.

Keywords: Single-use plastic alternatives     Policy     Regulation     Sustainable development    

Towards the sustainable intensification of agriculture—a systems approach to policy formulation

Leslie G. FIRBANK

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1,   Pages 81-89 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2019291

Abstract: Here a project management approach is suggested to help guide agricultural policy to deliver these objectivesThe first step is to agree measurable outcomes, integrating formal policy goals with the often much lessSome policy goals can be delivered by supporting ad hoc interventions, while others require the redesignSystem models can help prioritise policy interventions.Formal optimization of land use is only appropriate if the policy goals are clear, and the constraints

Keywords: agricultural policy     ecosystem services     indicators of sustainable intensification     knowledge exchange     land    

Agriculture Green Development in China and the UK: common objectives and converging policy pathways

Yuelai LU, David NORSE, David POWLSON

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1,   Pages 98-105 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2019298

Abstract: Second, to explore the policy objectives they have in common.

Keywords: Agriculture Green Development     China     policy     UK    

GREENHOUSE GAS AND AMMONIA EMISSION MITIGATION PRIORITIES FOR UK POLICY TARGETS

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2023, Volume 10, Issue 2,   Pages 268-280 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2023495

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● An expert survey highlighted the most effective strategies for GHG and ammonia mitigation.

Keywords: agriculture     ammonia     greenhouse gas     mitigation     net zero    

Study on finance and taxation policy to support the development of new energy resources

Wei Xiangjie

Strategic Study of CAE 2015, Volume 17, Issue 3,   Pages 67-74

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Finance and taxation policy is an important?rich experience in the use of finance and taxation policy to support the development of new energy resowrcesThe related finance and taxation policy is still not perfect,so it needs to draw on the useful experienceof foreign countries to further improve the finance and taxation policy system of new energy resowrces

Keywords: new energy resowrces; fiscal policy; tax policy    

Research on water resources utilization and protection in Northwest China

Chen Min,Huang Zheng,Chen Weijie

Strategic Study of CAE 2011, Volume 13, Issue 1,   Pages 98-101

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On the basis of the condition and characteristics of water resources in Northwest China, the paper analyzes the existing problems in water resource development and utilization. Meanwhile, some fundamental principles of scientific utilization and management of water resources in Northwest China are also discussed in this paper. Ultimately, the author ends this thesis by proposing some legislative proposals on scientific utilization and management of water resources in Northwest China.

Keywords: water resource     Northwest China     legislative proposal    

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Study on Several Issues of EnergyProduction Revolution

Huang Qili,Yuan Qingtang and Han Tao

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Research on New Energy Auto Industry’s National Development Strategy

Chao Peipei, Gao Jinyan, Yang Yang, Hu Qingao, Zhong Zhihua

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Analysis of the current situation of environmental policy of China and establishment of distributed environmentalpolicy framework

Chaoyang FU,Wangfeng LI

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Research on Technology Directions and Roadmap of CCS/CCUS for Coal-Fired Power Generation in China

Ye Yunyun, Liao Haiyan, Wang Peng, Wang Junwei, Li Quansheng

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Modest Proposal on Logistics Industry and Logistics Technology of China

Luo Yixin,Xu Ewei

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Revolutionizing heat transport enhancement with liquid metals: Proposal of a new industry of water-free

Haiyan LI, Jing LIU

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China’s policy framework for carbon capture, utilization and storage: Review, analysis, and outlook

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Hierarchical methodological framework to improve Policy Environmental Assessment: Based on policy layer

Yinglie ZHOU, Cunkuan BAO,

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Translating evidence into policy in China: opportunities and challenges

Jiyao Wang, Xuejuan Jin

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Moving policy and regulation forward for single-use plastic alternatives

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Towards the sustainable intensification of agriculture—a systems approach to policy formulation

Leslie G. FIRBANK

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Agriculture Green Development in China and the UK: common objectives and converging policy pathways

Yuelai LU, David NORSE, David POWLSON

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GREENHOUSE GAS AND AMMONIA EMISSION MITIGATION PRIORITIES FOR UK POLICY TARGETS

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Study on finance and taxation policy to support the development of new energy resources

Wei Xiangjie

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Research on water resources utilization and protection in Northwest China

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