Policy status:In Force
Date Effective:2006
Policy Type:Voluntary Approaches>Negotiated Agreements (Public-private sector)
Policy Target:
Agency:National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)
Enforcement:Regular Inspections

The Office of National Energy Leading Group and the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine are also involved. Beyond the five central governmental agencies, provincial governments (provincial Development and Reform Commission or Economic and Trade Commission) will work data collection, monitoring and guiding on enterprises, etc. Sector associations will play key roles in the creation of indicator and evaluation system. They will also play important roles in information collection and disclosure, training, and others. An information system and website for the Top-1000 Programme will be established by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). This website will link with NDRC website and the websites of these enterprises. NBS will be responsible for the tracing, statistics and auditing of the energy utilization status of these enterprises.

On April of every year, NDRC and NBS will jointly release the energy utilization information of these enterprises, as well as the advanced levels of domestic and foreign enterprises of the last year. Role of industrial associations The responsibilities of industry associations and energy conservation centers include:

(1) formulate and assist in the implementation of the indicator and evaluation system for industry energy utilization and conservation, and conduct evaluation of enterprise energy usage;

(2) collect information concerning the advanced levels of energy consumption of the domestic and western enterprises, and establish relevant database;

(3) provide enterprises with information and technical assistance;

(4) provide training for enterprises Role of Top 1000 enterprises:

  • 1) establish energy conservation organization, formulate energy efficiency goals
  • 2) establish energy use reporting system
  • 3) conduct energy auditing
  • 4) formulate energy conservation plan
  • 5) invest in energy efficiency improvements
  • 6) adopt energy conservation incentives, training Management, Supervision, and Incentives

Energy Conservation Plan

All participating enterprises are asked to formulate and implement energy conservation plans. Clear targets for energy conservation should be established in the Plan. Energy conservation measures should be provided. Annual implementation plan should be involved. The Plan must be reviewed by provincial DRC or ETC. Management, Supervision, and Incentives - Other Incentives Governments at different levels should provide enterprise with economic incentives, including, for example a list of Energy Conservation Products to receive tax incentives.

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