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WRI established its China office in 2007. We work with leaders in business, government, and civil society to address climate change, transport, and water risk issues. Learn more about our work in China. Visit the WRI China website.

The Future Electricity Grid

Key Questions and Considerations for Developing Countries

Renewable energy (RE) is growing worldwide, with a six-fold increase in non-hydro renewables over the last decade from 85 to 657 gigawatts (GW). This report reviews the key trends that explain growth in RE, and highlights how they are challenging decision making in countries such as Brazil,...

Eight recommended actions can improve energy efficiency in buildings to unlock a “triple win” and address economic, environmental and social challenges in world’s urban areas

WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 11, 2016) — A new policy roadmap from World Resources Institute, Accelerating Building Efficiency: Eight Actions for Urban Leaders, shows how city-level leaders worldwide can overcome barriers to improving building efficiency and reduce energy demand through policy and market action. WRI finds that better energy efficiency in buildings can unlock a “triple win” of economic, environmental and social benefits for cities, and taking action now can avoid locking in decades of inefficiency.

Miao Hong

Energy Program Lead, WRI China

Ms. Miao Hong is WRI China Energy Program Lead, responsible for development, implementation and management of projects in clean energy fields, mainly renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors...

Zhufang Shi

Program Coordinator

Zhufang Shi is the Program Coordinator for WRI Sustainable Cities China Program. She works to support the team group in budget management, contract coordination and other operation activities....

Hui Jiang

Research Assistant, EMBARQ China

Hui Jiang, an urban planner, is currently working as Research Assistant at WRI Beijing’s Sustainable Cities Program. She is one of the members on the Transit Metropolis program to guide Chinese...

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