ETS data reporting frequency stretches capacity levels of auditors in China’s Hebei province, raises fraud concerns

Published 05:55 on November 4, 2022  /  Last updated at 21:39 on November 23, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, China  /  No Comments

A new rule requiring all national emissions trading scheme participants in Hebei to measure and report the carbon content in their coal on a weekly basis is almost impossible to comply with due to a lack of auditors and increases the chances of data falsification, according to sources.

A new rule requiring all national emissions trading scheme participants in Hebei to measure and report the carbon content in their coal on a weekly basis is almost impossible to comply with due to a lack of auditors and increases the chances of data falsification, according to sources.

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