(Source: China Daily) Beijing is aiming to eliminate the use of coal in six urban districts and 700 rural villages by the end of this year, officials said. According to the city’s plan, six urban districts – Dongcheng, Xicheng, Chaoyang, Haidian, Fengtai and Shijingshan – will all become “zero coal-burning” zones […]
(Source: Guangdong emissions exchange) The province of Guangdong will offer 500,000 allowances in the third auction of the 2016 compliance year which will be held online on 27 March, 2017. The minimum acceptable bid is set to Y16.09/ton, which lies above the current secondary market price of Y15.51. Read full notice…
(Source: China Daily) Zhanjiang recently installed 20 additional electric bus chargers at the new Haitian Bus Station in Chikan district, bringing the total amount of bus chargers in the city to 84. Zhanjiang currently has 612 new energy buses since their first introduction in the city in 2014. Read full story….
(Source: Idea Carbon) On March 14, Shenzhen Emissions Trading and Guangdong Evan Low Carbon Technology Co., Ltd. signed a strategy in Shenzhen Cooperation agreement to jointly promote the national carbon market capacity building work and to establish friendly relations of cooperation. The agreement aimed at the future to promote the national […]
(Source: China Daily) China’s Shanxi province wants to cut its reliance on coal and develop other industries such as information technology and clean energy this year, according to senior provincial officials. The province has already set a target to invest up to 414.4 billion yuan ($60.08 billion) in more than 900 […]
(Source: Tanpaifang) In order to further improve the province’s carbon emissions management system, and better guide the covered entities’ carbon emissions information reporting and verification work, the Guangdong Provincial Development and Reform Commission has revised the guidelines for carbon dioxide reporting and also the regulations on verification of carbon emissions. Regarding […]
(Source: Idea Carbon) In order to facilitate smooth operation and management of market participants, the Hubei emissions exchange has merged the spot and forward trading systems which were previously distinct and required separate accounts for trading. Market participants can now open a single trading account and use the two sets of […]
(Source: CNEMISSION) Guangzhou emissions exchange announced new qualification criteria and membership fees for trading carbon allowances through the exchange. Members may include one or more of the following services – self-employed, brokers, trusteeship, public interest and carbon trading authorities and other businesses approved by the Cantonese Government. Memberships will now cost […]
(Source: CNEMISSION) The Guangzhou Carbon Emissions Trading Center has released the recruitment notice for the brokerage agency. The notice covers 5 important matters for the application: the recruitment object, the scope of business, the application conditions, the material declaration, and incentives. Read full story….
(Source: CNEEEX) The Shanghai Environment and Energy Exchange and Shenzhen Qianhai Financial Assets Exchange signed a strategic cooperation agreement in Shanghai. This strategic agreeement will promote the healthy and stable development of the carbon market, and will also actively explore and innovate in the financial properties of the carbon market alongwith […]