Research on Establishment and Application of Evaluation System of Urban Energy Strategy Development Indicators under the Perspective of Carbon Neutrality

Authors

  • Chenyu Chen VAST Institute of Water Ecology and Environment
  • Yunlong Song VAST Institute of Water Ecology and Environment
  • Xuesong Ke VAST Institute of Water Ecology and Environment
  • Yang Ping PowerChina (China) image/svg+xml
  • Fangze Shang PowerChina (China) image/svg+xml
  • Chaoyang Xiang PowerChina (China) image/svg+xml
  • Qiang Chen PowerChina (China) image/svg+xml
  • Haiwei Yin Nanjing University image/svg+xml
  • Zhenzhou Zhang PowerChina (China) image/svg+xml
  • Hao Fu PowerChina (China) image/svg+xml
  • Fan Wu VAST Institute of Water Ecology and Environment

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4108/ew.5791

Keywords:

carbon neutrality, energy strategy, modern energy system, indicator evaluation system, two-base asymptotic approach, verification in Wenzhou

Abstract

A scientific, comprehensive and integrated assessment of urban energy development is of great significance for the establishment of a clean, low-carbon and efficient urban modern energy system. From the perspective of carbon neutrality, this paper sets 25 evaluation indicators in seven dimensions: energy supply, energy consumption, energy efficiency improvement, clean and low-carbon, safety and reliability, low-carbon transport, and scientific and technological innovation, and constructs a secondary indicator system for evaluating the strategic development of urban energy. The system adopts the hierarchical analysis method to determine the weights of the indicators, the double-baseline progression method to standardize the indicator scores, and finally the weighted composite index method to calculate the level of urban energy strategy development. This paper applies the index system to evaluate the current energy development status of Wenzhou city in 2020 and 2022, and to predict the energy strategy development in 2025 and 2030. The scores of Wenzhou city's urban energy strategy development level in the corresponding four periods are 63.56, 70.59, 77.87 and 85.06, indicating that by 2023, Wenzhou city's urban energy development level will go from medium development to high development. Wenzhou City should accelerate the proportion of renewable energy in the future. It is necessary to complement multiple energy sources and improve the integration of heat, electricity, gas and cold. In terms of end consumption, it is necessary to improve the efficiency of energy use, reduce energy intensity, implement electric energy substitution and form an energy consumption pattern centered on electricity.

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Author Biographies

Chenyu Chen, VAST Institute of Water Ecology and Environment

Powerchina Eco-Environmental Group Co. Ltd.

Xuesong Ke, VAST Institute of Water Ecology and Environment

Powerchina Eco-environmental Group Co. Ltd.

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15-04-2024

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Chen C, Song Y, Ke X, Ping Y, Shang F, Xiang C, Chen Q, Yin H, Zhang Z, Fu H, Wu F. Research on Establishment and Application of Evaluation System of Urban Energy Strategy Development Indicators under the Perspective of Carbon Neutrality. EAI Endorsed Trans Energy Web [Internet]. 2024 Apr. 15 [cited 2024 May 20];11. Available from: https://publications.eai.eu/index.php/ew/article/view/5791