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Typically, fiscal policies 48 Nina Khanna, John Romankiewicz, Wei Feng et al. that support green building investment fall into three categories: tax policy, incentives (subsidies and grants), and preferred financing. Within tax policy, certain efficiency or green building investments may be granted certain tax exemptions to increase the attractiveness of those investments. Carbon and energy taxes have been discussed as important fiscal instruments for inducing higher levels of investment across the energy efficiency and renewable energy field.
Perspective, but many of those barriers exist in China as well. First off, the lack of a green building professional accreditation process similar to the LEED AP process limits the green building workforce capacity development. In China, where the emphasis on building energy efficiency and development of green buildings is relatively new, informational barriers resulting from limited capacity and knowledge of green building design are more pronounced. While there are a growing number of institutes of building research around the country, good education on green design is not yet widespread among university architecture and engineering programs.
Fiscal Policy That Supports Green Building Investment There is a truly wide array of fiscal policy that could help increase green building investment, but each building market is unique in building types, geography and climate, and other factors. Therefore, the fiscal policy that is implemented should match the market in terms of these needs. , 2012). Typically, fiscal policies 48 Nina Khanna, John Romankiewicz, Wei Feng et al. that support green building investment fall into three categories: tax policy, incentives (subsidies and grants), and preferred financing.