Mid- and Long-term Coal Consumption Control Pathways in Anyang under the goals of Dual Carbon and of Air Quality Improvement


Anyang is a typical industrial city in northern China, relying heavily on coal and heavy industry, with poor air quality and great difficulties in energy transition. Recommendations for its mid- and long-term coal control pathway under the background of "dual carbon" and air quality improvement are urgently needed to promote the transformation of the city’s energy and industrial structure, improve its air quality, and achieve high-quality economic development. This research sets and evaluates three scenarios (reference, coal control and enhanced control) according to different levels of coal control and carbon reduction, and recommends a mid- and long-term coal control pathway for strategic milestones like the 14th and 15th FYPs.

The report is only available in Chinese.