ETA researchers studying energy in China work collaboratively with groups in China and elsewhere to:

  • Understand the dynamics of energy use in China
  • Improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions in China
  • Strengthen Chinese capabilities in energy efficiency
  • Enhance relationships on energy efficiency among Chinese, U.S. and international institutions

Current research and projects include:

  • Future Low-Emissions Pathways
  • Low Carbon Urban Development
  • Policies for Low-Carbon Markets
  • Energy System Planning and Grid Integration
  • Low Emission and Efficient Industry
  • Low Emission and Efficient Buildings and Equipment
  • U.S.-China CERC-BEE Program
  • Berkeley-Tsinghua Joint Research Center on Energy and Climate Change

  Consult the China Energy Group website for more information.