With well over 150 CDM projects to date, China Carbon has built
one of the largest CER portfolios in the world.
This represents a 100% delivery record in emission reductions
in excess of 100 million tons of CO2.
Explore China Carbon’s flagship compliance projects by clicking on the images below.
The Rudong Wind Farm is one of the largest in China, delivering 100MW of capacity. Installation began in February 2005, and began generating electricity in 2006.
|Location:||Jiangsu Province||Size:||100 MW|
Ningxia Shizuishan District Heating System Project developed by Xinghan Municipal Industry (Group) Co.Ltd. of Shizuishan City is a centralized heating system project with co-generation plant in Ninghui district of Shizuishan City, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in China
|Location:||NingXia Province||Size:||600 MW|
|Technology:||Energy efficiency||Estimated Annual ERs:||302,221tC02e|
The Mongolia Wind Farm consists of 33 wind turbines, delivering a stable and clean 49.5mw of electricity to the North China Power Grid
|Location:||Inner Mongolia||Size:||49.5 MW|
|Technology:||Wind power||Estimated Annual ERs:||96,899 tC02e|
The purpose of the CECIC HKC Danjinghe Wind Farm Project (hereinafter referred as “the Project”) is to generate renewable electricity using wind power resources and to sell the generated output to the North China Power Grid (NCPG) on the basis of a power purchase agreement (PPA). The project activity generates greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions by avoiding CO2 emissions from electricity generation by fossil fuel power plants that is supplied to NCPG.
|Location:||Hebei Province||Size:||200 MW|
|Technology:||Wind Farm||Estimated Annual ERs:||407,303tC02e|
The Hengdong project recovers and utilizes the waste gas from the production process of semi-coke to generate electricity.
|Technology:||Waste power||Estimated Annual ERs:||428,167 tC02e|