(Source: Tianjin Development and Reform Commission) According to the “Interim Measures for the Administration of Tianjin Carbon Emissions Trading”, as of June 30 2017, all 109 entities surrendered allowances to cover their 2016 carbon dioxide emissions. Read full article…
(Source: Tianjin Government) Tianjin government released a notice of the interim measures for the administration of carbon emissions trading in Tianjin Municipality, as the previous version of administration measures will lapse at the end of May. The fresh policy document further clarifies on allowance allocation, carbon emissions monitoring ,reporting, and […]
(Source: Tianjin Exchange) Tianjin Climate Exchange(TJCE) and Tianjin TEDA Low Carbon Economy Promotion Center(Eco-TEDA) signed a strategic cooperation agreement to optimize the resources in the field of low carbon energy saving and reduce the cost of carbon compliance and transaction. Both agencies will carry out training sessions on energy conservation […]
(Source: China Business News) China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, commonly known as Sinopec, resumed operations at one of its refinery in the northern Chinese city of Tianjin, the company said on Monday. The refinery will start exporting diesel in February after a five month stoppage due to massive chemical explosions in […]
China Carbon Future (Beijing) Asset Management Co., Ltd. bought CCERs from a waste heat and power generation project at Tianjin Climate Exchange.
This is the second instance the NDRC has issued CCERs to approved offset projects.
The NDRC issued CCERs to 10 hydro power and wind energy projects.
Feng Steel Co. Limited completed the first transaction of CCERs to meet compliance obligation under the emissions trading scheme.
First voluntary trade of CCERs on the Tianjin Climate Exchange was made at 15 Yuan.
Tianjin Climate Exchange has signed agreement with Hanneng Carbon Asset Management Co. Ltd. for CCER project development.