Improving Air Quality in Ulaanbaatar
It explains how putting stronger policies in place and working with a range of stakeholders would help Mongolia as it looks to increase electricity production while switching from coal to clean heating. Highlighting the need to replace coal stoves with electric heating, it explores how increasing renewable power generation, piloting heat pumps, and reforming subsidies could improve electricity generation and cut air pollution.
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