Legal System for the Development of Marine Renewable Energy in China

Journal Article

Title: Legal System for the Development of Marine Renewable Energy in China
Authors: Chang, Y.; Wang, N.
Publication Date:
August 01, 2017
Journal: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
Volume: 75
Pages: 192-196
Publisher: Elsevier
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Chang, Y.; Wang, N. (2017). Legal System for the Development of Marine Renewable Energy in China. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 75, 192-196.
Abstract: 

At present, there is no specific legal basis for the development and utilisation of marine renewable energy, nor legal protection for the developers in China. The consequence is that the Chinese Government is unable to provide institutional support for the substantive development of marine renewable energy, resulting in slow development of China's marine energy industry. This paper provides an institutional framework for the establishment of relevant laws in China and legislative proposals in legal perspective, for the better development of marine renewable energy. The Chinese Government should optimise the administrative management system, strengthen financial regulation such as tax and emphasise sustainable development.

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