|Policy Type:||Regulatory Instruments>Other mandatory requirements|
|Policy Target:||Buildings>New buildings|
Under the Law on the Rationalised Use of Energy of 1993, the Energy Utilisation Planning Consultation Programme was launched in 1993 to examine energy utilisation plans and provide technical guidance and assistance prior to launching a project or constructing a building that exceeds a certain size. For instance, targeted projects are: urban development over 600 000 m2; tourist site development over 500 000 square metres; railway construction with an extension of over 10 kilometre; harbour construction with annual loading capacity of over 1 million tonnes, etc. The features of the Consultation Programme are a feasibility study on CHP, installation of energy efficient equipment and facilities; utilisation plans for waste heat and alternative energy, and consideration of CO2 emission reduction options and effectiveness analysis. As of September 2000, the Consultation Programme had completed consultation and monitored installation of facilities in 224 cases, of which 126 in urban and tourist sites and 49 in industrial complexes.
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