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Energy conservation: A New Investment Opportunity Part II (2)

By Lan Xinzhen (Beijing Review)

08:24, September 12, 2012

The NDRC said investment needed for projects of energy conservation, the circular economy, prevention and treatment of pollution in key waters as well as desulfurization and denitrification will include capitals raised by enterprises, loans from financial institutions and government funds. Investment in urban sewage works and supporting facilities will mainly come from local governments, and the Central Government will give support to some key projects.

According to a research report by Guodu Securities Co. Ltd., in one or two years, China's investment in key energy conservation and emission reduction projects will boom, with enterprises favored by the market falling into the following several types.

First, enterprises for energy-saving transformation of boilers. The Guodu research report estimates the total investment in energy-saving transformation of boilers will reach 400 billion yuan ($63.09 billion). Besides, during the 12th Five-Year Plan period, the newly increased power generation capacity with surplus heat from high energy-consuming industries such as iron and steel, non-ferrous metals, building materials and chemical will be 20 million kw, saving energy of 57 million tons of coal equivalent. By 2015, the total output value of China's energy-saving service industry will reach 300 billion yuan ($47.32 billion).


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