Five of the seven carbon market operational in China reported an increase in transaction prices last week.
China Carbon Monthly Review June 2015 edition includes market analytics for the 7 pilot carbon market and comparison with global carbon markets.
Shenzhen Emission Allowances 2015 vintage (SZA2015) have been allocated to the covered entities; trading will start from 1 July 2015.
As on 16 June 2015, 167 CCER projects had been registered by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).
More than 1 million CCERs had been traded at Shanghai Environment and Energy Exchange until early June.
Around 843,000 CCERs have been traded under the Guangdong carbon market since early March 2015.
CCERs sold by the 8 renewable energy projects at Shenzhen Emissions Exchange are probably the first aimed at compliance.
Guangdong Carbon Emissions Exchange will waive off transaction and annual membership fees for traders and institutional investors.
Shenzhen will allow CCERs from renewable energy and forestry, agricultural, and ocean carbon sequestration projects.
Of the 190-odd entities covered under the Shanghai carbon market, 37 entities surrendered emission allowances on 1 June.