Guangxi Province (??), located in southwest China, is part of the China Southern Pow
Guangdong Province (??) is located in southern China and is part of the China Southern Power Grid (CSPG; ??????). Compared to other provinces in the CSPG, Guangdong consumes and produces the most electricity.
China has published a list of newly approved projects eligible to earn carbon credits called Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) under the Clean Development Mechanism of Kyoto Protocol.
China is the leading supplier of carbon credits, called Certified Emission Reductions (CERs), under the global Kyoto Protocol carbon trading regime called Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). As on 27th October 2010, 51% of all issued CERs have been issued to Chinese projects. These 229 million CERs are worth Euro 30 Billion in today’s market.
The following websites run by Chinese Central government provide information on climate change, environment, CDM, energy and related topics.
China is already a dominant player in the renewable energy industry, and it is poised for rapid growth. In 2009, China led the world in the production of photovoltaic cells and wind turbines, surpassing former industry powerhouses like Denmark and the U.S. In addition, rising demand in an enormous electricity market, low labor costs, and large-scale production facilities represent a unique opportunity for renewable energy investors and entrepreneurs in China.