Analysis of China ’ s Primary Energy Structure and Emissions Reduction Targets by 2030 Based on Multiobjective Programming

  title={Analysis of China ’ s Primary Energy Structure and Emissions Reduction Targets by 2030 Based on Multiobjective Programming},
  author={Feng Ren and Long Xia},
China’s energy issues and carbon emissions have become important global concerns. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the fulfillment of China’s commitment to carbon emissions reduction by 2030. We establish the Markov chain model to analyze the transition of primary energy structure and carbon emissions in China by 2030 without artificial intervention and build three multiobjective optimization models to analyze China’s energy structure and emissions reduction targets by 2030 under three… CONTINUE READING

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