The proposed Shanxi Energy Efficiency and Environment Improvement Project will improve energy efficiency and reduce emission of green house gases (GHG) and other pollutants in Shanxi province by introducing district heating in the four urban cities and expanding the gas distribution network in another city. The components of the project include (i) upgrading the district heating source, and installation of pipelines, heat exchangers and computer monitoring and control systems, (ii) construction and installation of coal mine methane (CMM) gas supply system and gas distribution network, and (iii) institutional strengthening. The project follows and complements a previous Asian Development Bank (ADB) project in the province, which has been completed and implemented successfully. This project preparatory technical assistance (TA) is being undertaken for the due diligence of the proposed project.
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|Shanxi Energy Efficiency and Environment Improvement Project||Dec 2012|
|Shanxi Energy Efficiency and Environment Improvement Project||Dec 2010|
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