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Can China switch away from coal to gas in the captive power sector?

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China's air pollution challenges are well documented. In an attempt to tackle the crisis the central government released the Air Pollution Prevention and Control Action Plan (APPCAP) in September 2013 setting national level targets for air quality and emissions control. This was subsequently followed by provincial and municipal government targets through their own APPCAPs.

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  • Thermal coal and natural gas prices by province
  • Coal and natural gas tariffs by province
  • Impact of fuel switching on coal and gas demand
  • Fuel switching capex and subsidy requirements

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