Spend 500 million yuan to transform the motor and save nearly 600 million yuan in electricity bills
As a major energy consumer, China's industrial energy consumption accounts for about 70% of the total energy consumption of the whole society. Among them, motor system electricity accounts for about 70% of industrial electricity consumption, and industrial motor energy efficiency has become the key to energy saving. Where.
As the second batch of low-carbon pilot cities in China, Zhenjiang plans to reduce the energy consumption per unit of GDP to 0.5 tons of standard coal per 10,000 yuan in 2017, and reach the peak of carbon emissions by 2020. To this end, since 2015, Zhenjiang has cooperated with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), one of the world's largest independent non-governmental environmental protection organizations, to jointly carry out industrial green transformation projects and explore feasible paths for urban industrial transformation.
The morning glory is going to hold the nose. The first phase of the cooperation will focus on the energy-saving transformation of the motor system, from the market, policy, technology and financing, and other aspects, to stimulate energy-saving awareness of governments and enterprises at all levels. For example, the use of special funds, through the government to purchase social services in the form of hiring third-party professional institutions for enterprises to carry out energy-saving diagnosis, improve the enthusiasm of enterprises energy-saving.
“Since 2015, we have specially arranged 6 million yuan of special energy support for motor energy improvement, and carried out a series of innovations, including hiring third-party professional institutions to conduct energy-saving diagnosis for enterprises through the form of government procurement of social services, and promoting energy-saving by credit. Special projects, etc., to promote the city's industrial system to deepen the potential of energy-saving transformation of electric motors." According to the director of Zhenjiang City's Economic and Information Committee Bu Xiaofang, up to now, it has promoted 114,000 kilowatts of high-efficiency motors, eliminated 127,000 kilowatts of inefficient backward motors, and completed energy-saving transformation of motor systems. It has a total investment of 535 million kilowatts, and the annual electricity consumption is nearly 763 million kilowatt hours. The electricity cost is more than 572 million yuan.
On September 14, Zhenjiang Economic and Information Technology Commission and WWF signed a memorandum of cooperation on the second phase of the industrial green transformation development project to jointly develop green plant creation projects. The two parties plan to build a Zhenjiang city-level green factory evaluation system and method within one year, and on the basis of the first batch of factory pilots, form an implementation plan for the future creation of green factories in Zhenjiang.
“As a major energy consumer, China’s industrial energy consumption accounts for about 70% of the total energy consumption of the whole society. For Zhenjiang, industrial energy conservation is a key measure to achieve carbon emissions ahead of peak in 2020, and Zhenjiang is the first to reach its peak in the future. Practice will also promote the accelerated transformation of more cities. The success of industrial energy conservation and emission reduction and industrial structure upgrade determines the success or failure of China and the world to deal with climate change.” Dr. Li Lin, Executive Director of WWF China Project, said that the green transformation of industry is in the climate. Change mitigation plays a vital role.
At the G20 summit just past, China submitted the ratification instrument of the Paris Agreement to the United Nations, and reiterated that it will unswervingly promote green development. In the 13th Five-Year Plan, China also proposed that by 2020, China’s water consumption per unit of GDP, energy consumption, and carbon dioxide emissions will fall by 23%, 15%, and 18%, respectively, from 2015, clarifying that “two reductions, three Improve the green development route. “The green development we understand is to achieve sustainable development under the three major constraints of total energy, total environmental, and total carbon emissions.” Li Lin said, “Starting with cities and industries, green transformation of existing stock resources And upgrading is a real starting point for China to achieve climate commitments."
It is understood that on the basis of the first phase of the project, Zhenjiang and WWF will cooperate to extend green manufacturing, aiming to explore the working mode of promoting green factory creation at the city level. The project will focus on evaluation methods, incentive policies, applicable technologies and programs, and pilot creation. It plans to complete the Zhenjiang Green Plant Creation Project in 2017 and cultivate 50 listed green factories.