China Energy Policy Newsletter – June 2020

In this month’s newsletter:

China energy transition updates

  • Share of wind and PV generation increased during the COVID-19 lockdown
  • Newly added wind and PV consumption capacity for 2020 issued
  • The first public tendering PV-energy storage system bid opens
  • Intelligent energy facility is part of the “New Infrastructure”
  • The 2019 Renewable Power Monitoring and Assessment Report issued
  • NEA renews the 2020 renewable power consumption targets


  • Overview of the 2020 Chinese Government Work Report with focus of energy
  • Challenges and policy suggestion to eco-friendly onshore wind power development in China

Policy monitoring

  • Big-five owned coal power plants rearranged in Northwest China.
  • EIT incentive policy for enterprises in western China extended
  • MoF extends the subsidy of new energy vehicles to 2022

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