Study on Long Term Mechanism of Regional Enterprises’ Energy-Saving Obstacle Excluding

Ronglan HE


Energy-saving behavior of enterprises is affected by government rules, market opportunities and internal properties, and the government regulations and market opportunities are as external factors influence. The external factors of interest adjustment is most sensitive, and the function of interest of the government regulation in our country to guide the benefit is weak, the market mechanism function is limited, and these factors form the deep obstacles of the energy saving behavior of enterprise. The establishment of long-term mechanism needs to get rid of the deep obstacles, optimize rule system, transform the government functions, improve the management level.


Enterprise; Energy saving; Interest guiding mechanism

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