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Strategic Vision

1. Theory innovation

GEI is a globally interconnected strong and smart grid with UHV grid as the backbone, which will serve as a platform for extensive development, deployment and utilization of clean energy globally. In essence, GEI is "Smart Grid + UHV Grid + Clean Energy". Smart grid is the foundation, UHV grid is the key, and clean energy is the priority. The construction of Global Energy Interconnection will facilitate a large-scale development and exploitation as well as a wide-scope coordination and balance of clean energy, promote energy revolution and sustainable development, and thoroughly solve the problems that restrict the development of human society involving energy security, environmental pollution and greenhouse gas emission.

Smart grid is the foundation

Smart grid possesses the features of informatization, automization and interaction, which enable the integration and control of large-scale clean energy generation, and meet the demand for flexible access of distributed power supply and smart equipment.

UHV grid is the key

UHV grid is the backbone grid of Global Energy Interconnection and the carrier of long-distance transmission and optimization allocation of clean energy.

Clean energy is the priority

The wind power in arctic region, solar power generation in equatorial region, centralized and distributed clean energy generation of all continents and countries will be the leading energy in the future.

2.Global energy outlook

Global energy outlook is the fundamental viewpoint and theory concerning sustainable development of global energy. Its core content is investigate and solve energy problems from the global, historical, difference and open viewpoints. Its strategic priority is to expedite the construction of Global Energy Interconnection, make an overall development, allocation and utilization of global energy, ensure the safe, clean, efficient and sustainable supply of global energy, and realize the coordinated development of energy resources, economy, society and environment.

3.Electricity-centered

GEI takes electricity as the center point in promoting transition of energy development modes, power balance as the pillar of energy balance, electric power generation as the main solution of primary energy conversion and utilization and grid as the fundamental platform for energy allocation, to expedite the formation of electricity-centered pattern in energy development and utilization, improve electrification level and energy efficiency, and promote sustainable development of energy.

4."Two replacements"

In energy development, "Clean energy Replacement" should be deployed, that is, to replace fossil energy by clean energy, in order to realize strategic transformation of energy structure to be clean energy-dominance. In energy consumption, "Electricity Replacement" should be deployed, that is, to replace coal and oil with clean electricity from afar, so as to increase the proportion of electric energy in end-use energy consumption.

5.Strategic objectives

The construction of the Global Energy Interconnection will adopt the mode of prioritizing the easiest and the nearest to gradually achieve the short-term target by 2020, the medium-term target by 2030 and the long-term target by 2050.

 

The short-term target (2020)

  1. Power interconnection: generally strengthen domestic power grid interconnection in each country, greatly improve the capacity and intelligent level of the grid in resource allocation; promote the construction of key transnational transmission channel within each continent; The transnational and transcontinental electricity trade volume accounts for 5% of the global electricity consumption.
  2. Clean replacement: accelerate the development of clean energy in all countries; clean energy takes up about 25% of global primary energy consumption; clean energy generating capacity accounts for 35% of the global total.
  3. Electricity replacement: replace the increased consumption of oil and natural gas in the emerging countries; the global electric power accounts for about 20% of energy end-use; the global electric vehicles reach about 9 million.

 

The medium-term target (2030)

  1. Power interconnection: realize intracontinental grid interconnection within each continent, so as to optimize large-scale allocation of clean energy, across wide areas and with high efficiency; promote construction of the key intercontinental transmission channels; promote development of regional system regulation and power trading, so that the transnational and transcontinental electricity trade volume accounts for 10% of the global electricity consumption.
  2. Clean replacement: extensively develop clean energy resources in each continent, promote the development of the clean energy bases in "the Arctic and Equatorial" regions, and the scale of external transmission reaches about 920 TWh; clean energy takes up about 33% of global primary energy consumption; clean energy generating capacity accounts for 50% of the global total generating capacity.
  3. Electricity replacement: electricity gradually replaces the end-use consumption of oil and natural gas, and the global electric power accounts for about 25% of the energy end-use; the global electric vehicles reach about 90 million.

 

The long-term target (2050)

  1. Power interconnection: construct intercontinental UHV backbone grid, realize transcontinental and transnational grid interconnection, and basically complete the Global Energy Interconnection; basically set up global regulation and control system, and power transaction market, so that the intercontinental and transnational electricity trade volume accounts for 30% of the global electricity consumption.
  2. Clean replacement: extensively develop the renewable energy bases in "the Arctic and Equatorial" regions, and the scale of external transmission reaches about 12,000 TWh; clean energy takes up about 80% of global primary energy consumption; the global clean energy generation capacity reaches 66,000 TWh, accounting for 90% of the global total.
  3. Electricity replacement: the electric power be accelerated to replace the terminal fossil energy utilization, so that it accounts for more than 50% of the energy end-use; the global electric vehicles reach about 2 billion.