Dormant China CDM project gets welcome voluntary market boost

Published 09:28 on February 5, 2019  /  Last updated at 00:13 on February 6, 2019  /  China, China's Offset Market, International, Kyoto Mechanisms  /  No Comments

An international commodity trading company this week cancelled 100,000 CERs from a project owned by a subsidiary of China’s state-owned power giant Huaneng, making it the latest Chinese CDM project to get some drops of comfort from the voluntary market.

An international commodity trading company this week cancelled 100,000 CERs from a project owned by a subsidiary of China’s state-owned power giant Huaneng, making it the latest Chinese CDM project to get some drops of comfort from the voluntary market.

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