China’s first smart platform to accurately monitor carbon emissions data was launched Monday in the new Pudong area to help achieve China’s carbon neutrality goal.
The cloud computing platform based on cooperation between companies and governments can monitor the energy consumption of companies with high energy consumption and provide the government with a carbon dioxide emissions data map.
The platform, mainly developed by Shanghai Pudong State Grid Power Supply Co., integrates electricity, water and gas supply data. The system will monitor the energy consumption and carbon emissions data of some 6,500 companies.
On Monday, a map of carbon emissions from the new Pudong area on the smart cloud computing platform
It is the first smart energy cloud computing platform for the energy sector in China, said Chen Yun, director of the company’s Internet office.
The country aims to reach maximum carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. Shanghai aims to reach maximum carbon dioxide emissions by 2025.
During Monday’s ceremony, a strategic cooperation alliance was initiated between the Pudong government, Shanghai State Grid Pudong Power Supply Co., State Grid Yingda Group and the Shanghai Environmental and Energy Exchange.
A strategic cooperation alliance is launched to help achieve carbon neutrality in the new Pudong area.