The National Development and Reform Commission issued the “14th Five-Year Plan for the Construction of the Guanzhong Plain Urban Agglomeration”

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 Titanium Media App reported on July 22 that the National Development and Reform Commission issued the "14th Five-Year Plan for the Construction of Urban Agglomerations in the Guanzhong Plain" to speed up the low-carbon and green transformation. Implement the dual control of energy consumption and the requirements for carbon peaking by 2030, further refine the tasks of energy conservation and carbon reduction, and speed up the low-carbon adjustment of industrial structure, energy structure and transportation structure. Resolutely curb the blind development of high-energy-consuming, high-emission, and low-level projects, implement special actions for intelligent transformation and transformation and upgrading of traditional industries, vigorously promote advanced energy-saving technologies, and carry out energy-saving and carbon-reducing technological transformations in an orderly manner. Promote the utilization of renewable energy and continuously improve the efficiency of energy utilization. Deepen the construction of the national public transport city, give priority to the development of urban public transport, promote the use of new energy vehicles, and increase the proportion of green travel. Promote the development of green buildings and strengthen energy-saving management of urban lighting. Further promote the classification of domestic waste, accelerate the establishment of a system for classification, collection, transportation, and treatment, and advocate a green lifestyle. Deepen low-carbon pilot demonstrations, support Xixian New Area to carry out climate-adaptive city pilots and climate investment and financing pilots, and expand the application of key emission reduction technologies such as carbon capture, utilization, and storage.

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