China Beijing, China, announces Carbon Peaking Implementation Plan

Aims to raise renewable energy consumption to around 25% by 2030

Beijing, China, announces Carbon Peaking Implementation Plan

On October 13, 2022, the People’s Government of Beijing Municipality, China announced the “Beijing Carbon Peaking Implementation Plan.” The plan proposes targets such as achieving a share of renewable energy consumption of around 25% by 2030. It also describes measures to strengthen the development of strategic emerging industries such as new energy vehicles and the development of non-fossil energy such as solar and wind power. In addition, Beijing has formulated laws and regulations concerning priority carbon emitters, and has indicated a policy to strengthen the management of priority carbon emitters.


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LIU Yake

Researcher, Research & Consulting Dept. EnviX Ltd.

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worked as a research assistant at Department of Environmental Planning and Management, School of Environment, Tsinghua University for 4 years, and then joint in Envix in April, 2022, currently is mainly responsible for consulting on EHS regulation compliance in East Asia.


MA, Environmental Econimics, Hiroshima University