Carbon Trading

On July 16, 2021, the nationwide unified carbon emissions trading market of China was officially launched, covering more than 4 billion tons of emissions, making it the world's largest carbon market dealing with greenhouse gas emissions. The carbon trading market differs from the general commodity market in that the allowances traded come from government allocations and the value of allowances reflects the relationship between the total amount of allowances issued by the government and the demand for carbon emissions by enterprises.

Jinko helps businesses save energy, alleviate emissions and reduce carbon

A carbon trading market will be launched, meaning that energy conservation and carbon reduction will rely more on market-based instruments. Once the carbon market is launched, businesses involved in the carbon trading can use distributed PV commissioning to promote comprehensive measurement of various management indicators.

Based on the virtual power plant operation strategy and the integrated energy system, the Company will monitor and collect energy consumption data of industrial enterprises, use big data mining and analysis technologies, and extend the functional application of the integrated energy system.


Help enterprises to get an accurate picture of their carbon emissions

Promote energy conservation and carbon reduction in enterprises


Help the government to strengthen the management of government carbon emission quota allocation

Establish a scientific and reasonable carbon emission quota market regulation and offsetting mechanism

Carbon Finance

Carbon finance is a variety of financial institutional arrangements and financial trading activities that serve to reduce carbon emissions, including trading and investment in carbon emission permits and their derivatives, investment and financing for low-carbon project development and other related financial intermediation activities, in a market design gradually achieved by the legal system and policies.

Carbon finance principally revolves around traditional forms of green credit, green bonds and green industry funds to meet the investment and financing needs of enterprises during low-carbon transformation. However, due to the limited scale of the carbon emissions trading market, financial institutions are still in the exploratory stage of accepting carbon emission permit as collateral for financing, and most of the transactions are the “initial” or “first” pilot practice of financial institutions.