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Li, Jinkai, Bo Shen, Pei Miao, Yafeng Han, and Jin Zhang. "China’s Industrial Energy Intensity: Regional Differences and Influencing Factors." Journal of Applied Sciences 13.17 (2013) 3604-3607.
Lin, Jiang. "A Light Diet for a Giant Appetite: an Assessment of China's Fluorescent Lamp Standard." Energy 30.10 (2005) 1873 - 1887. LBNL-1007299.
Lin, Jiang, Charles A Goldman, Mark D Levine, and Nicole C Hopper. Developing an Energy Efficiency Service Industry in Shanghai. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2004.
Lin, Jiang. China Green Lights Program: A Review and Recommendations. 1999. LBNL-42183.
Lin, Jiang, Nina Khanna, Xu Liu, Fei Teng, and Xin Wang. "China’s Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Future Trajectories and Mitigation Options and Potential." Scientific Reports 9.1 (2019).
Lin, Jiang, Nan Zhou, Mark D Levine, and David Fridley. Achieving China’s Target for Energy Intensity Reduction in 2010: An exploration of recent trends and possible future scenarios. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2006. LBNL-61800.
Lin, Jiang, Gang He, and Alexandria Yuan. "Economic Rebalancing and Electricity Demand in China." The Electricity Journal 29.3 (2016) 48 - 54.
Lin, Jiang. Mitigating Carbon Emissions: the Potential of Improving Efficiency of Household Appliances in China. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2006.
Lin, Jiang, David Fridley, Hongyou Lu, Lynn Price, and Nan Zhou. "Has coal use peaked in China: Near-term trends in China's coal consumption." Energy Policy 123 (2018) 208 - 214.
Lin, Jiang, David Fridley, Hongyou Lu, Lynn K Price, and Nan Zhou. Near-term trends in China's coal consumption. 2018.
Lin, Jiang, Donald Gilligan, and Yinghua Zhao. Financing the Growth of Energy Efficiency Service Industry in Shanghai. 2005. LBNL-57319.
Lin, Jiang, Nan Zhou, Mark D Levine, and David Fridley. Taking out One Billion Tons of CO2: The Magic of China’s 11th Five Year Plan?. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2007. LBNL-757E.
Lin, Jiang. "China’s electricity switch won’t be swift or painless." Nature 562 (2018).
Lin, Jiang, Xu Liu, and Fredrich Kahrl. Excess Capacity in China's Power Systems: A Regional Analysis. 2016. LBNL-1006638.
Lin, Hung-Wen, and Tianzhen Hong. "On Variations of Space-heating Energy Use in Office Buildings." Applied Energy 111 (2013) 515-528. LBNL-6279E.
Lin, Jiang, Jeanne Townend, David Fridley, Tony Silva, and Robin Clark. "Energy-Efficient Appliance Labeling in China: Lessons for Successful Labeling Programs in Varied Markets." 2002 ACEEE Summer Studies on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. 2002. LBNL-50416.
Lin, Jiang. "Made for China: Energy Efficiency Standards and Labels for Household Appliances." Sinosphere (2002).
Lin, Hung-Wen, and Tianzhen Hong. "An In-Depth Analysis of Space Heating Energy Use in Office Buildings." ACEEE 2012 Summer Study. Asilomar, CA: ACEEE, 2012. LBNL-5732E.
Lin, Jiang, and Gregory J Rosenquist. "Stay cool with less work: China's new energy-efficiency standards for air conditioners." Energy Policy 36.3 (2008) 1090 - 1095.
Lin, Jiang, Fredrich Kahrl, Jiahai Yuan, Qixin Chen, and Xu Liu. "Economic and carbon emission impacts of electricity market transition in China: A case study of Guangdong Province." Applied Energy 238 (2019) 1093 - 1107.
Lin, Jiang, and Andrew Satchwell. "Toward future's clean power system: lessons from the past." 2016.
Lin, Jiang. A Trickle Turns into a Flood: Standby Power Loss in China. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2002.
Lin, Jiang. "Energy Conservation Investments: a Comparison Between China and the US." Energy Policy 35.2 (2007) 916 - 924. LBNL-1007300.
Lin, Jianyi, Jiefeng Kang, Nina Khanna, Longyu Shi, Xiaofeng Zhao, and Jiangfu Liao. "Scenario analysis of urban GHG peak and mitigation co-benefits: A case study of Xiamen City, China." Journal of Cleaner Production 171 (2018) 972 - 983.
Lin, Jiang, Fredrich Kahrl, Jiahai Yuan, Xu Liu, and Weirong Zhang. "Challenges and strategies for electricity market transition in China." Energy Policy 133 (2019) 110899.

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