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  • jùn mǎ Speech at ITTC

    Presentation ITTC

    • Speech of jùn mǎ at the International Technology Transfer in Beijing and Guiyang on April (ITTC 2014)
    • Topic: Energy savings solution along with a substantial diminution of carbon dioxide (CO2)
    • Session “Smart City and The City of Future Technology Innovation in China “.

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  • World energy dramatic consumption increase…


  • …that cause serious consequences.


  • How can we reduce the energy consumption ?


  • Right approach : China Saving Energy Stiffer Law 严格 法律


    • Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress (NPC), the country's top legislature, has voted to adopt revisions to the Environmental Protection Law, enshrining environmental protection as the government's overriding priority, with specific articles and provisions on smog.
    • For the first time, the law has established clear requirements for ecological protection.

  • One solution : Saving Energy in Building 大楼 节约能源


    • In a typical European household, well over half the money spent on fuel bills goes towards providing heating and hot water, so it makes sense to invest in the most energy-efficient heating system.
    • So the main sector of energy savings is found in the housing communities.

  • Concrete example : Housing Saving Energy (Tianjin 天津)


    • Location : Bīnhǎi Xīn Qū (滨海新区)
    • Building, 40 floors, 30 000 m2
    • Concern Equipment : Heating or Air Conditioning
    • Estimated investment cost : $ 10,000
    • Return on investment : 13 months
    • Estimated 3 years Energy savings : $ 50,000
    • White certificate earning : $ 3,500

  • Example : Boilers Saving Energy China Potential Market


    Considering surface of more than 5000 m2 :
    • 12 millions of device today in activity has to be checked.
    • 25 % has to be replaced.
    • 75 % has to be rejuvenated through a saving energy device.
    • China boilers with saving energy device implementation market is estimated to a level of 24 billions of yuans (2,3 Md US$).

  • Chaoyang Saving Energy Plan 節能 计划朝阳区 節能 计划


    What could be for the 5 years to come a plan to slash the energy consumption and to reduce the CO2 emission in the Cháoyáng Qū ?
    A triple project target
    • A reduction of the pollution and the emission of CO2
    • Inhabitants of buildings will save money on their energy bill
    • The Municipality will get to a new source of income

  • Chaoyang Estimates Saving Energy Plan

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  • Saving Energy means Saving Money for your properties ! 节省


    How to save money and add value to your real estate through an ecological way ?
    5 five ways to do it !
    In Europe :
    (1) For the housing building equipped with saving energy devices, the market rental values, yields and acquisition prices have steadily increased :
    • 2011 : + 3 %
    • 2012 : + 2,7 %
    • 2013 : + 2,6 %
    (2) Those ones that haven’t such equipment have experienced a sharp decrease that intensified over the years :
    • 2011 : - 2 %
    • 2012 : - 2,6 %
    • 2013 : - 4,7 %

  • Europe Saving Energy Plan


    (1) In Europe, residential building consumption represents 45 % of the total energy cost (2013).
    This is the main sector of energy savings.
    (2) Under the Renewable Energy Directive 2012/0288 (COD), the EU aims to get 20% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020.

  • Carbon Trading : The White Certificate


    • A white certificate, also referred to as an Energy Savings Certificate (ESC), is an instrument issued by an authorized body guaranteeing that a specified amount of energy savings has been achieved.
    • The white certificates are given to the producers whenever an amount of energy is saved whereupon the producer can use the certificate for their own target compliance or can be sold to (other) parties who cannot meet their targets.
    • Each certificate is a unique and traceable commodity carrying a property right over a certain amount of additional energy savings and guaranteeing that the benefit of these savings has not been accounted for elsewhere.

  • Saving Energy Regulation, examples


  • White certificate : How it works ?


  • China Science J

    China Science 中国 科学
    The "Four Great Inventions" (四大发明; sì dà fāmíng) are the
    • Compass 指南针 zhǐ nán zhēn
    • Gunpowder 火药 huǒ yào
    • Papermaking 造纸 zào zhǐ
    • Printing 印刷品 yìn shuā pǐn

  • Chinese History

    The China Way 中国 前景
    • 千里之行﹐始於足下。
    Qian li zhi xing, shi yu zu xia.
    A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
    老子 Laozi
    • 不管黑猫白猫,捉到老鼠就是好猫。
    Buguan hei mao bai mao, zhuo dao laoshu jiu shi hao mao.
    No matter if it is a white cat or a black cat; as long as it can catch mice, it is a good cat.
    邓小平 Dèng Xiǎopíng

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  • Urban Saving Energy Project


    • Designing a city-wide questionnaire survey upon heating equipment
    • Measuring the annual fuel utilization of housing communities
    • Establishing consumption categories and GHG emissions accounting methodology
    • Data processing and analysis of the survey results, including influencing factor analysis and profiling of low, medium and high GHG emission households and communities.
    • Estimates evaluation of today city energy global cost and saving energy estimates
    • Agenda statement
    • Implementation of the device according to a comprehensive plan

  • Estimates Saving Energy project


    During two months. The survey is engaged, district by district, during three months.

  • Saving Energy Solution : The DJP ENERGY experience


    • ECO REGULATOR - designed to cut back the energy cost on existing boilers in substantial housing estates and public amenities.
    • 20 % of Energy Saving on Boilers.

  • China CO2 Savings


  • China Air Pollution Perspective


  • GDP & Pollution Trend


  • China Air Pollution


  • CO2 China Emission


  • Air Pollution effects


  • CO2 Diseases


  • China Air Pollution Death Toll


  • World Death Toll per area


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•China sediment coastals and estuaries




Coastal areas of the People’s Republic of China comprise an area of approximately 346,983 square kilometers with an 18,000 kilometers coastline stretching across tropical, subtropical and temperate zones from north latitude 20 to north latitude 40 degrees.

Key coastal habitats include mangroves, wetlands, corals, coastal dunes, estuaries, lagoons, salt marshes, sea grass beds, barrier beaches, and other ecosystems.

China’s coastal zone is defined as an area 10 kilometers inland and 15m isobaths seaward from the mean high water tide line.

China’s coastline is contiguous with the Korean and Indochina peninsulas, including more than 6500 islands and islets. Major sea areas include the Yellow sea, East China Sea, and the South China seas.

The coasts and estuaries of China are important environmental, cultural and economic assets. Coastal areas are used for fishing, aquaculture, mineral extraction, industrial development, energy generation, tourism and recreation, and for waste disposal. They are also important for protecting the land from the influence of the sea.

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Zone d’extension sedimentaire


China’s coastal population totals approximately 600 million people with an average coastal provincial population density of 410 people per square kilometer (2011).

In 2011, 51 cities in the coastal region exceeded 100,000 people. The largest of these are Shanghai (23.4 million), Tianjin (12.5), Guangzhou (10.3) and Hangzhou (6.2).


Around 23% of the China’s biodiversity is to be found in the sea (some 120,000 species including sea horses, fish and mammals such as dolphins).

However, coastal areas are under extreme pressure from a wide range of sources and this is reflected in the rapid deterioration of many habitats.

Since 1984, nitrogen inputs to the sea around China have risen by 60% while the estimated total fish stock has declined by 35% in the last 25 years and plaice stocks are now 45% of the size they were in 1949.


China’s estuaries are among the most biologically productive ecosystems on earth. More than two-thirds of the fish and shellfish consumed by humans spend some part of their lives in estuaries.

These ecosystems also provide many other important ecological functions, including acting as filters for terrestrial pollutants and providing protection from flooding.

They also have economic importance as tourist destinations and shipping routes. Millions of people visit the coast each year to boat, swim, bird watch and fish.


Coastal China


Some 87% of goods are imported in to the China by sea, hence shipping is economically vital.


China remains high growth with the higher-end growth years at 30-35% growth levels, and low-growth years closer to 15%. But the growth included also small facilities to the count and change the definitions for box movements.

China volumes always show higher growth than those forecasted and whether the expected growth will continue to at its present pace.

Certain parts of China may understate the true productivity potential of terminals, such as by overstating recent performance numbers that leads to over construction of facilities. Likewise, demand patterns in developed countries also play a key, underestimated, role in forecasting China and Asia terminal capacity and long-term demand patterns.


In 2004, 14% of people in China visited the seaside supporting the local economy.



Coasts and estuaries are the final recipient of pollution from both the sea and inland sources. River contamination frequently ends up on the coast, whether litter, chemical spills or nutrients released from farmland and wastewater treatment works. Similarly, oil spills in coastal waters and harbor areas will tend to be deposited on the coast.

Even low concentrations of polluting chemicals can have a significant effect since they are taken up by organisms such as plankton that form the basis of the entire marine food chain.

Litter from shipping, from inefficient handling of waste in shore-based facilities and from carelessly discarded rubbish can lead to significant quantities of windblown litter. This eventually accumulates on the sea bottom and on the shore causing odor nuisance, loss of amenity and impacting habitat quality.

An estimated of 20,000 tones of litter remains in China coastal area. Litter is also a significant nuisance to fishermen and can damage fishing nets.


The increased inland flooding which may be the result of climate change is increasing the sediment and nutrient transport to the coast, in with an associated increase nutrient loading of coastal waters and reduction in water quality. The resultant excessive algal growth starves the marine ecosystem of oxygen, causing fish death and impacting higher up the food chain.

Marine natural disasters have considerable impact along China’s coasts.

On average, the coast is affected by 2-5 strong storm surges per year. In one 1922 storm surge event, over 70,000 people died in Guangdong province. Economic losses exceeded 18 billion Yuan (or approximately $2.2 billion USD) as a result of an August 1994 typhoon landing in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province.


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