China Energy Policy Newsletter – July 2021

In this month’s newsletter:

China energy transition updates

  • NEA issues the 2020 Energy Work Plan
  • The 2020 PV project tendering results issued
  • The government clarifies the 2020 renewable power installed capacity targets
  • The government aims to control the coal power installed capacity in 2020
  • Local governments require new wind and PV projects to install storage systems


  • Power spot markets can be important drivers for promoting renewable energy, if the design is right

Policy monitoring

  • MoF issues the 2020 renewable power subsidy budget plan
  • NDRC issues the regulatory rules on grid planning and investment

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