Longyuan sells credits on Beijing ETS

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Goldwind engineers peer down during routine maintenance of a wind turbine at the Longyuan Rudong Intertidal Demonstration in Rudong, Jiangsu Province, China. China's largest offshore wind farm sits in a difficult location where high tide puts the turbines in three meters of water, but low tide brings them out of the water completely.
Chinese wind giant Longyuan has sold 10,000 carbon credits to PetroChina within Beijing’s newly implemented carbon market, heralding a new source of potential revenue for Chinese renewables developers.

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