Gao Jin, Director-General of the Department of Climate Change, said at present China’s carbon intensity binding forces mainly for carbon dioxide.
The next step is to tighten controls on HFCs, and gradually extend them to all other non-carbon greenhouse gases.
Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), including trifluoromethane, have a greenhouse effect, it is tens of thousands of times greater than carbon dioxide and are used as refrigerants and foaming agents.
When the carbon trading market matures, companies are expected to reap direct material rewards for their efforts to reduce emissions.
Post time: May-07-2021