China extends key national ETS deadline

Published 09:04 on May 31, 2020  /  Last updated at 10:00 on May 31, 2020  /  China, China's National ETS  /  No Comments

China has given provincial and regional authorities an additional two months to submit lists of companies in their jurisdictions that will be included in the national emissions trading scheme and their 2019 CO2 emissions data, extending the deadline to July 31 as the COVID-19 outbreak has made it difficult to stick to the original timetable.

China has given provincial and regional authorities an additional two months to submit lists of companies in their jurisdictions that will be included in the national emissions trading scheme and their 2019 CO2 emissions data, extending the deadline to July 31 as the COVID-19 outbreak has made it difficult to stick to the original timetable.

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