Analysis on the Trading Path of Carbon Emission Rights of Village-level Photovoltaic Poverty Alleviation Power Stations in China

Meng Shoudong, Xie Xiangying, Bai Xue, Gao Liang


Photovoltaic poverty alleviation is a pioneering initiative in the organic combination of China’s poverty alleviation and new energy development. As a landmark project of China’s targeted poverty alleviation, it is characterized with rapid effects, steady profits, precise poverty alleviation and environmental-friendliness. Developing the photovoltaic poverty alleviation power station project into a greenhouse gas emission reduction project that meets the national requirements is not only an innovative measure to consolidate and expand the achievements of poverty alleviation, and continuously promote rural revitalization, but also an effective way to practice green and low-carbon development and promote “Carbon Peak•Carbon Neutrality”. Based on the summaries and analysis of the development of China’s photovoltaic poverty alleviation and carbon trading market and the situation of carbon emission trading pilot, this paper sorts out the relevant policies of poverty alleviation’s participation in carbon trading, studies the participation mode and trading process of village-level photovoltaic poverty alleviation power station, scientifically calculates the additional economic benefits brought by Chinese Certified Emission Reduction (CCER) trading for village-level photovoltaic poverty alleviation power station, and puts forward some policy recommendations on rationally optimizing carbon trading procedures and improving work efficiency.

Keywords: Photovoltaic poverty alleviation, Carbon market, Carbon trading, Implementation path

DOI: 10.7176/PPAR/11-5-01

Publication date:June 30th 2021

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