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China Project Study of Advantages of Coupling Wind Power and Electrified Space Heating in Beijing

February 18, 2014

A study led by China Project researchers CHEN Xinyu, LU Xi, and Project Chair Mike McELROY (Gilbert Butler Professor of Environmental Studies) investigates the prospects for using electrified space heating in Beijing as a form of energy storage, easing grid integration of renewable power and reducing carbon emissions and air pollution. The paper appears in Environmental Science & Technology. Read more about China Project Study of Advantages of Coupling Wind Power and Electrified Space Heating in Beijing

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The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Gazette, ClimateProgress, and South China Morning Post discuss China Project Research on Air Pollution and Carbon Taxes.

December 17, 2013

Articles in the The Wall Street Journal, ClimateProgress, the Harvard Gazette, and the South China Morning Post include comments of Chris Nielsen, Mun Ho, and/or Cao Jing on carbon taxes and China's mixed record on energy and environment, drawing on the new China Project book Clearer Skies Over ChinaRead more about The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Gazette, ClimateProgress, and South China Morning Post discuss China Project Research on Air Pollution and Carbon Taxes.

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