Plum, a used luxury fashion e-commerce platform, announced on November 1 that it had completed a C round of financing worth $100 million. Zhuanzhuan, a Tencent-backed leading used goods trading marketplace in China, made the strategic investment.
ZD Power, a Chinese smart energy solution provider, announced on October 27 that it had completed an A Round of financing exceeding 100 million yuan ($13.8 million). This round of financing was led by GL Ventures and was followed by Source Code Capital and Creo Capital.
Chinese battery giant CATL announced on October 18 that it has reached an agreement with Primergy Solar LLC, a US-based distributed photovoltaics and energy storage operator, to exclusively supply batteries for its Gemini project.
On October 11, the China Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Promotion Alliance (EVCIPA), guided by China's National Energy Administration, released the state of operations of the national electric vehicle battery charging and swapping infrastructure in September.
SHEIN, a global e-retailer of fashion, beauty and lifestyle products, on September 28 announced its target to reduce overall emissions across its entire value chain by 25% by 2030, as well as its greenhouse gas emissions inventory for 2021.
Chinese tech giants Alibaba is among the leading green energy buyers, ranking the second in the list for all Chinese companies, according to a ranking list of top buyers and sellers by research provider BloombergNEF last week.
On August 30, China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) announced that its first community supercharger station, Lianhua Supercharger Station, was completed and put into use in Longyan City, Fujian Province.
Forbes China released its 2022 China ESG 50 report on August 23, seeking to highlight the best practices of domestic enterprises in the field of ESG, analyzing and discovering their development status and related future trends.
The People's Government of Hainan Province published its Carbon Peaking Implementation Plan on August 22, which stipulates that by 2030, the sale of fuel cars will be completely banned.
The timetable for the construction of China's carbon emissions statistical accounting system has now been made clear, according to an implementation plan issued by three government departments in the country.
On August 18, China's Ministry of Science and Technology and other eight departments announced the "Implementation Plan of Carbon Peaking and Carbon Neutralization Supported by Science and Technology (2022-2030)."
On August 17, Huawei released its 2021 Sustainable Development Report, focusing on the four strategies of "digital inclusion, security and credibility, environmental protection and harmonious ecology."
On August 8, the southern Chinese metropolis of Guangzhou put a first batch of 24 hydrogen-powered sanitation trucks into operation in its Huangpu District.
On August 8, the China New Energy Storage Industry Innovation Alliance was established in Beijing. The innovation alliance was initiated by China Energy Engineering Group Co., Ltd. (CEEG), CATL and and Trina Solar Co., Ltd.
On August 2, China's Datang Sanya 60 MW PV flat-rate grid pilot project was announced to have been successfully connected to the grid on July 29.
On August 1, China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, National Development and other two departments issued the Implementation Plan for Carbon Peaking in the Industrial Sector.
As of July 15 this year, the cumulative transaction volume of carbon emission allowances in China's carbon market was 194 million tons, with a cumulative transaction value of 8.492 billion yuan ($1.26 billion).
On July 20, Jinko Power, a clean energy supplier and services provider, disclosed that the company plans to raise up to 3.45 billion yuan ($510.2 million).
Shanghai-based energy firm Envision Group signed a strategic partnership agreement with the Spanish government on July 18 to promote local efforts at achieving carbon neutrality.
Alibaba Cloud, the digital technology and intelligence backbone of Alibaba, announced on Thursday the global launch of Energy Expert, a sustainability platform to help customers measure, analyze and manage the carbon emissions of their business activities and products.