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Shanghai, Beijing, Guangdong, Fujian, Tianjin and Sichuan Published Key Emitters List and are Requesting Emissions Data Collection as well as Monitoring Plans

According to the “Notice of Emissions Data Collection for the year of 2016 and 2017, and Monitoring Plan Submission (发改办气候〔2017〕1989号)” published last December, the following regions have published their list of key emitters, referring to entities who emitted 260 thousand tons CO2e per year in one of the periods from 2013 to 2017 and are covered by the national ETS. According to the national notice, the final deadline is 31st of May 2018.

Shanghai published 58 entities of key emitters covering 5 sectors on petrochemicals, chemical, power, iron and steel, civil aviation.
http://www.shdrc.gov.cn/gk/xxgkml/zcwj/zgjjl/33060.htm

Beijing published 35 entities of key emitters.
http://www.bjpc.gov.cn/zwxx/tztg/201802/t12521564.htm

Guangdong province published 289 entities of key emitters covering 8 sectors on petrochemicals, chemical, construction materials, iron and steel, on-ferrous metals, pulp and paper, power, aviation.
http://www.gddrc.gov.cn/zwgk/ywtz/201802/t20180223_464242.shtml

Fujian province published 264 entities of key emitters covering 9 sectors on petrochemicals, chemical, construction materials, iron and steel, non-ferrous metals, pulp and paper, power, civil aviation, ceramics.
Fujian has also requested enterprises to fill its provincial data collection forms in the same time, but to different authorities according to the local regulations.
http://www.fjic.gov.cn/xxgk/zxdt/201802/t20180212_1631376.htm

Tianjin published 35 entities of key emitters.
Besides, there are also 109 entities to perform Tianjin local ETS work.
http://www.tiecc.com.cn/index.php?m=content&c=index&a=show&catid=15&id=1271

Sichuan has also issued documents about key emitters.
http://www.scdrc.gov.cn/sfgw/tzgg/2018-01/19/content_6968cc28864f43a2a46fe956b865f2d4.shtml

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