International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering

Special Issue

Current Energy Issues in China

  • Submission Deadline: 30 May 2015
  • Status: Submission Closed
  • Lead Guest Editor: Li Na-na
About This Special Issue
Along with its spectacular economic growth, China has been experiencing rapid growth in energy consumption. China accounted for only 10.5 percent of global energy consumption in 2000 but 21.9 percent in 2012, the largest of any country (BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2013). Given that China's economy is expected to continue to grow rapidly, it is becoming increasingly important for scholars around the world to understand and research China's energy issues and hopefully, to help improve China's energy policies for reducing energy use, and greenhouse gas emissions. Although the total energy consumption grows rapidly in China, the level of energy universal service is in its infancy. Parts of the country, especially in the frontier and minority areas in Tibet, Qinghai, Sichuan, Yunnan, Xinjiang, there are still a number of households cannot connect power. Therefore, in order to increase the level of social welfare, and impel the energy livelihood projects, some policy of electric power universal service (EPUS) should be carried out.

Above all, in China, on the one hand, the energy consumption should be controlled to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions. On the other hand, the energy should be covered more regions to increase the level of energy universal service

Aims and Scope:

(1) Current energy supply and demand issues in China
(2) Residential energy consumption in China
(3) Energy consumption forecasting and planning
(4) Energy conservation and emission reduction
(5) The relationship between energy and the economy
(6) Energy universal service
(7) Energy poverty
(8) Energy policy and recommendations
Lead Guest Editor
  • Li Na-na

    School of Economics and Management, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China

Published Articles
  • Electricity Demand Prediction of Beijing during the 13th Five-year

    Na-na Li , Hui-ru Zhao , Ming-rui Zhao

    Issue: Volume 4, Issue 4-1, August 2015
    Pages: 12-16
    Received: 14 May 2015
    Accepted: 14 June 2015
    Published: 3 August 2015
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijepe.s.2015040401.13
    Abstract: With the emergence of a “new economic norm” and the development of “economic integration in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei”, electricity demand situation in Beijing will change significantly in the future. To guide the planning and construction of power grid in Beijing, it is indispensable to predict electricity demand during the 13th Five-year. Since ... Show More
  • Decomposition of Electricity Consumption Intensity of High Energy-consuming Industries in Shanxi Province Based on LMDI Method

    Huiru Zhao , Nana Li

    Issue: Volume 4, Issue 4-1, August 2015
    Pages: 7-11
    Received: 18 May 2015
    Accepted: 14 June 2015
    Published: 15 July 2015
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijepe.s.2015040401.12
    Abstract: In this paper, the electricity consumption intensity of the high energy-consuming industries in Shanxi province from2007 -2012 is decomposed based on LMDI method, in which the affecting factors involve structure effect and intensity effect. The results show that the structure adjustment of Shanxi province is the main driver which declines the elect... Show More
  • A Co-Integration Analysis Between Electricity Consumption and Economic Development in Hebei Province

    Huiru Zhao , Yaowen Fan , Nana Li , Fuqiang Li , Yuou Hu

    Issue: Volume 4, Issue 4-1, August 2015
    Pages: 1-6
    Received: 18 March 2015
    Accepted: 26 April 2015
    Published: 15 July 2015
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ijepe.s.2015040401.11
    Abstract: Electricity is a convenient and clean energy which can provide strong support for the development of all walks of life. The power development should maintain coordination with the regional economic development, in which power development may advance sometimes. Hebei province is a typical resource-based area in China, and its power consumption is cl... Show More