Volume 36, 2022
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||09 November 2022|
A Synthesis of Energy Transition Policies in Finland, China1
Institutes of Science and Development, Chinese Academy of Sciences
b University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
c University of Vaasa, Finland
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Since 2017 Finland and China have been developing a future-oriented partnership based on mutual economic and business interests. The starting point for this work is the recognition of significant differences in size, culture, and political as well as economic systems between the two sides. The Sino-Finnish cooperation in energy transition can provide a good example of mutually beneficial partnership where countries complement each other in terms of know-how and resources. This paper brings together the main findings from the policy study on energy transition in Finland and China. It aims to identify potential policy initiatives for expanding Sino-Finnish cooperation towards green growth.
Key words: Energy Transition / Policy / Sino-Finnish Cooperation
Cite this article as: GUO, W., PAN, JF., LIANG, LT., et al. A Synthesis of Energy Transition Policies in Finland and China. Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2022, 36: 2022002 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1051/bcas/2022002.
This work is supported by the Sino-Finnish International Cooperation Platform Program, which is sponsored by the Institutes of Science and Development, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASISD).
Dr. GUO Wen, Associate Professor at CASISD, has focused her research on innovation management and innovation policy. She has taken charge of and completed a series of general projects sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) as well as programs granted by CAS. As a member of CASISD research team, she also worked on consulting projects of science, technology and innovation policy for national and local governments. Over the past five years, she published more than ten papers in Science Research Management, Studies in Science of Science, and other domestic core journals.
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