Research on Policy System of New Energy Poverty Alleviation in Poor Areas

Authors: Jun Bai*, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)
Topics: China
Keywords: poverty alleviation;New energy;Policy
Session Type: Lightning Paper
Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM
Room: Hampton Room, Omni, East
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New energy poverty alleviation is a path choice and model innovation that enhances the endogenous motivation of rural development, transforms“transfusion-type”poverty alleviation into“hematopoietic”poverty alleviation, and achieves the dual goals of poverty alleviation and environmental protection in poverty-stricken areas. Based on the empirical research on poverty-stricken areas, this paper uses the regression model analysis method to effectively study the policy implementation effects of new energy poverty alleviation from the two dimensions of poverty alleviation and environmental effects. The research shows that factors such as equipment maintenance, technical support, participation of poor households and income distribution structure have a restrictive effect on the stable implementation of new energy poverty alleviation policies, and propose policy recommendations in response to the problems found.

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