On 22 October, the MEE training series on the national ETS began in Chengdu and will run until 8 December. It is divided into eight sessions with a total of 17 training courses to be held in 15 cities. There will be an estimated 6,000 participants from carbon market authorities, technical staff of supporting agencies and key emitters in the power generation sector. To further improve the management of the carbon market and its implementation, the training content includes i) interpretation of carbon market policy; ii) trial allowance calculation and allocation; iii) data management; iv) account opening of a registry system and trading system; v) offsetting and compliance, along with other key issues and processing problems.
Together with the National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC) the ETS/N2O project held a workshop on Industry-related N2O mitigation technology during which N2O mitigation technologies and the handbook on Experiences of EU/Germany were discussed.