The Shenzhen Emissions Exchange has announced last week that China CITIC Bank has been enlisted as the fifth third-party depository bank for the exchange.
Guangdong will provide financial support to companies under the pilot carbon market to reduce emissions.
While prices in Shenzhen continued to strengthen after hitting record lows, other carbon markets saw very range-bound trade.
Guangdong represents the highest possible annual demand for carbon offsets at 40.8 million tonnes.
Feng Steel Co. Limited completed the first transaction of CCERs to meet compliance obligation under the emissions trading scheme.
NDRC also examined 14 CCER projects that had reduced almost 9 million tonnes of emissions.
First voluntary trade of CCERs on the Tianjin Climate Exchange was made at 15 Yuan.
Prices in the Hubei carbon market strengthened and moved towards all-time high levels.
Prices in the Guangdong carbon market have fallen 35% over the last eight trading sessions.
Hubei touched record highs while prices in Guangdong slipped following high demand in auction.