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Analysis of Cooperation Potential on Low-Carbon Energy Between GCC and NEA

  • Tingting Zhang
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Abstract

SJTU: To deepen and broaden the conventional fossil energy trade relationships between GCC and NEA, this chapter puts the focus on the cooperation potential of low-carbon energy. Concentrating on low-carbon energy, the chapter also summarizes the low-carbon energy endowment for GCC and NEA countries, illustrates current low-carbon energy development on both sides, and introduces low-carbon energy policies in both regions. Through existing cooperation case study between GCC and NEA, this chapter discusses the cooperation potential and challenges on low-carbon energy as well. It concludes with policy suggestions on the initiative of establishing a long-term cooperation mechanism on low-carbon energy.

Keywords

Renewable Energy Wind Energy United Arab Emirate International Energy Agency Energy Security 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Tingting Zhang
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  1. 1.International Energy Research CenterShanghai Jiao Tong UniversityShanghaiChina

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