• Organization TypeGovernment, Institute
  • HeadquartersChina

National Energy Conservation Center (NECC)

The National Energy Conservation Center is a public institution directly established by the China Development and Reform Commission. The main responsibilities are: undertaking research tasks such as energy conservation policies, regulations, planning and management systems; entrusted by relevant government departments, undertaking energy conservation assessment and demonstration of fixed asset investment projects, proposing review opinions; organizing energy conservation technologies, products and new mechanisms to promote; Propaganda, training and information dissemination, consulting services; entrusted by relevant government departments to undertake energy efficiency label management; carry out international exchanges and cooperation in the field of energy conservation; undertake relevant work entrusted by the National Development and Reform Commission and other units.
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Company Offices

  • China (headquarters)
  • Beijing
  • No. 12, Sanlihebei Street, Xicheng District