Siemens and Tsinghua Suzhou Institute of Environmental Innovation released the white paper “Green Star: A Pioneer on the Road to Low Carbon in China’s Industrial Parks”
Today, Siemens and Tsinghua Suzhou Institute of Environmental Innovation jointly released the white paper “Green Star: A Pioneer on the Low-Carbon Road of China’s Industrial Parks”, which aims to evaluate the low-carbon development performance of industrial parks with a scientific indicator system and help the low-carbon transformation of Chinese industrial parks. The white paper conducts a comprehensive investigation and evaluation of the low-carbon development process and effectiveness of 32 industrial parks, deeply analyzes the challenges, opportunities and trends in the process of low-carbon development in the industrial parks, and provides a strategic framework and suggestions for the industrial parks’ low-carbon development. Provide guidelines for green and low-carbon development.
White Paper “Green Star: Pioneer in the Road to Low Carbon in China’s Industrial Parks”
“Carbon peaking and carbon neutrality” is a major strategic decision for China’s development, and industrial parks play an extremely important role in it. The release of this white paper can provide reference indicators and valuable experience for Chinese industrial parks in terms of green and low-carbon development. In the future, we expect more parks to participate in green and low-carbon development. The white paper will be continuously updated to improve the evaluation system based on the status and progress of green and low-carbon development of more parks, continue to identify and encourage parks with outstanding achievements in this area, and jointly help China achieve the goal of ‘double carbon’.
General Manager of Siemens Aventec China
President of Siemens China Research Institute
In the context of the global response to the climate crisis, industrial parks, as an important carrier of China’s industrial and economic development, provide a large number of infrastructure and public services, and are also one of the main sources of carbon emissions. Therefore, the scientific evaluation of the park’s low-carbon development level has become an important topic under the “dual carbon” strategy. The white paper released this time established and used the low-carbon development process evaluation framework (PDI) of Chinese industrial parks, and conducted a comprehensive investigation of the low-carbon development process and effectiveness of 32 industrial parks from the three latitudes of expressiveness, development and influence. and evaluation. Through research, it can be found that the low-carbon development of parks generally faces challenges such as difficulty in precise and scientific carbon reduction, lack of driving force, lack of overall policies and innovation tools, and lack of application of green financial innovation tools.
Assessment Framework for Low-Carbon Development Process of Chinese Industrial Parks (PDI)
Therefore, the white paper proposes a strategic framework for the low-carbon development of industrial parks, and gives suggestions for the low-carbon development of industrial parks in my country. The white paper pointed out that the park needs to take planning first and policy support as the top-level guidance to guide the overall low-carbon transformation strategy and direction of the park, create an integrated carbon emission monitoring, verification and management mechanism and platform to strengthen overall management, so as to improve industrial efficiency and comprehensive The three aspects of energy system construction and resource circulation are the core pillars of emission reduction. The three tools of technological innovation, green finance, green supply chain and low-carbon cooperation are used to break through barriers and support the long-term and efficient low-carbon transformation of the park. At the same time, the white paper also takes the three demonstration parks of electronic information park, automobile industrial park and new energy industrial park as examples, and introduces in detail how to build a high-end low-carbon industrial structure, promote carbon reduction in the supply chain, and build a new energy industry chain. benchmark.
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