The Ministry of Housing and Urban Rural Development and the National Development and Reform Commission issued the implementation plan for peak carbon dioxide emissions in urban and rural construction field, on July 13 which proposes to optimize the energy consumption structure of urban construction, according to the news on the website of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Rural Development.
The plan provides a carbon reduction ways from the aspects of building layout, renewable energy, clean energy utilization, energy-saving transformation of existing buildings, and clean heating in rural areas.
Especially in the aspect of optimizing the energy consumption structure of urban construction, specific targets are given.
Promote the integrated construction of building solar photovoltaic, and strive to reach 50% of the photovoltaic coverage of new public institution buildings and new factory buildings by 2025.
Promote the installation of solar photovoltaic systems on the roofs of existing public buildings.
In addition, comprehensively improve the level of green and low-carbon buildings and promote green and low-carbon construction. Vigorously develop prefabricated buildings and promote steel structure housing. By 2030, prefabricated buildings will account for 40% of new urban buildings in that year
Accelerate the application and promotion of intelligent photovoltaic. Promote the installation of solar photovoltaic systems on the roofs of farm houses, on the empty grounds of the courtyard, and on agricultural facilities.
In areas with abundant solar energy resources and in buildings with stable hot water demand, actively promote the application of solar photothermal buildings.
Promote the application of geothermal energy and biomass energy according to local conditions, and promote various electric heat pump technologies such as air source.
By 2025, the renewable energy substitution rate of urban buildings will reach 8%, guiding the development of building heating, domestic hot water and cooking to electrification.
By 2030, building electricity will account for more than 65% of building energy consumption.
Promote the comprehensive electrification of new public buildings, and reach 20% by 2030.
Post time: Aug-31-2022