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Title: Incentive instruments for government and private sector partnership to promote building energy efficiency (BEE) : a comparative study between Mainland China and some developed countries
Authors: Qian, QK
Chan, EHW 
Keywords: Building Energy Efficiency (BEE)
Partnership
Incentive Instruments
Policy Design Factors
Comparative Study
Issue Date: 2008
Source: The BEAR 2008 CIB W89 : International Conference in Building Education and Research, Kandalama, SriLanka, 10-15th February 2008 (CD-ROM) How to cite?
Abstract: Government plays different roles in promoting Building Energy Efficiency (BEE), among which the role in providing incentives is commonly acknowledged as significant by both professionals and researchers. In this study, two categories of incentive instruments, economic incentives and advocatory incentives, have been classified and defined, with related items described according to this classification. Based on this classification, investigation and comparative analysis on BEE incentive instruments have been carried out through literature review in four different countries: the UK, Canada, the US and mainland China. Finally, from comparative study of literatures, a list of factors, which are supposed to affect on the BEE incentive policy design, have been identified for future study.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/37392
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