Energy Expert, the AI-powered sustainability solution developed by Alibaba Cloud, the digital technology and intelligence backbone of Alibaba Group, has been trialed to measure and analyze carbon emissions from temporary constructions built for the first Olympic Esports Week.
Full Truck Alliance, a leading digital freight platform in China, unveiled an upgraded "Manyun Carbon Road Plan" double carbon strategy and officially reached a strategic cooperation in the field of double carbon with Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
Tmall Supermarket, an Alibaba-owned grocery purchasing platform, unveiled its "carbon footprint" certification series of products this week at the first Global Digital Trade Expo in Hangzhou, China's Zhejiang Province.
Beijing-based firm Carbonstop, a provider of emissions management software and consulting solutions, announced on August 1 that it had completed a round B of financing worth 100 million yuan ($14.82 million).
During the 2022 China International Carbon Trading Conference held on July 16, the "Enterprise Carbon Credit Evaluation Standard," the country's first carbon credit standard, was officially released.
On July 13, China's Guangdong Provincial Government released a new plan for the development of green finance to support the implementation of carbon peak-related actions.
3DOM, a Yokohama-based battery startup, will launch a commercial fleet service using electric vehicles from China's Geely Auto Group, joining a growing line of services aimed at helping businesses reduce their carbon footprint.
As dietary trends progress in China, consumers seeking to reduce their personal meat intake have more and more places to turn.
The arrival of what is likely to be a very harsh winter has placed ensuring energy supply high on Chinese officials’ agenda, prompting the government to take a series of measures to ease the worst power crisis it has faced in a decade.
As other countries strive to reduce their own carbon footprints, China’s top state-owned rail company CRRC has been taking on an increasing number of international projects and cooperative arrangements.
Apple Inc. announced its plan to invest $300 million along with 10 suppliers in a China Clean Energy Fund on July 12. A new “first-of-its-kind investment fund” in the country, the new energy fund aims to connect suppliers with renewable energy sources.