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Above ground lines are fitted with solar pan­ els. A building-integrated photovoltaic system has been commissioned at the newly built Shanghai rail station, Hongqiao. 3 million KWh of power annually. “Such projects, and the EXPO, demonstrate ­China’s efforts in the struggle to contain CO2 emis­ sions. By 2020 we want to reduce CO2 emissions, measured against economic output, by a further 40 to 45 %,” explains Yu Hailong, General Manager of the China Energy Conservation and Environmental ­Protection Group (CECEP), which completed the solar project.

The project and responsible for the grey water treat­ ment in the water house. The system works as fol­ lows: fresh water feeds the hot water storage tanks for use in the showers and sinks, which both feed in­ to the Pontos treatment plant. Subsequently, the grey water is cleaned and treated, then fed into a hot wa­ ter storage tank used by the laundry’s hot and cold water points. The dirty grey water from the laundry runs into a further treatment unit, after which it is fed to the toilets for flushing.

Re­ newable energy assumptions for the future capacity include: 500 MW of wind in 2013 and 1,000 MW per year thereafter, 500 MW of CSP per year from 2018 and 100 MW of PV per year from 2018. Interestingly, National Energy Regulation South Africa (NERSA) ex­ cluded from the definition of bio­ mass projects utilizing pulp and pa­ per or sugar bagasse as well as projects based on mill water from in­ dustrial processes, and classified such projects as cogeneration, which are currently not included in the REFIT.

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