China has streamlined its energy regulators based on a State Council plan, approved by the National People’s Congress in March. The plan calls for the key power regulator, the State Electricity Regulatory Commission, to be merged into the National Energy Administration, reducing overlapping duties in energy reform, investment and project approval. This report covers newly released details of the new agency’s duties, structure and personnel.
Click here to download a PDF version: Kreab Gavin Anderson Research Asia Report on China National Energy Administration – July 2013
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