"China has set a target to cut its energy intensity (the amount of energy consumed for each unit of GDP) by 16 percent and reduce its carbon intensity (the amount of carbon emitted for each unit of GDP) by 17 percent from 2011 to 2015."
- China Daily
Climate change puts additional stress on global biosystems- affecting not only their ability to serve as carbon sinks but also the cost and availablity of goods containing ingredients grown on land. We work with our customers on low carbon strategies focusing on those related to agriculture, transportation and energy efficiency in buildings and industrial plants.
Improving energy efficiency is not only one of the biggest levers to reducing carbon emissions. It can also reduce costs for the sectors we focus in. We device and implement strategies to help our customers and partners capture this value.
Chloe Y.T. Hu provides the insight into the policies that shape the energy sector in China. A graduate from Tsinghua University in Beijing, she earned her Master in Public Administration from Columbia University, New York, USA.
She has served at the World Bank, Washington DC, USA before returning to her homeland to serve at China Investment Corporation. She is now based in Beijing, P.R. of China.