China's Ultra-High Voltage transmission grid has expanded rapidly, but systemic over-supply of power is limiting future growth potential.
Electricity data can help show how energy is being used in China: important information as policy reform and renewable energy curtailment continue.
Successful reduction of a carbon footprint requires innovation in both policy and financial instruments that takes account of local characteristics.
Despite the success of renewables, continued R&D into new technologies along with innovative policy instruments remain crucial to longer-term success.
Transparent, independent regulation can incentivise improvements; as the region's markets evolve, so too will regulation.
All photographs in this calendar were taken by TLG staff and associates.
Hong Kong's 2015 Competition Ordinance: the economic rationale behind, and guidance on, how to mitigate associated risks.
Coal in China isn't going away; what is important is the context and efficiency of its use, and the control of emissions.
Even as power emissions are reducing, China's air pollution and grid curtailment remain a problem; might recent UHV projects help?