Project 4632 : Burqin River Chonghuer Hydropower Project in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region
Project title Burqin River Chonghuer Hydropower Project in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region
- project design document (498 KB)

PDD appendices
Appendix 1 - Untitled (uploaded 13 May 11 08:59:33) (191 KB)


- registration request form (318 KB)
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Host Parties China , involved indirectly approval (597 KB) authorization (597 KB)
Authorized Participants: Xinjiang Xinhua Chonghuer Hydropower Development Co., Ltd
Other Parties Involved United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland , involved indirectly approval (87 KB) authorization (87 KB)
Authorized Participants: Europe New Energy Investment Capital Limited
Sectoral scopes 1 : Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)
Activity Scale LARGE
Methodologies Used ACM0002 ver. 12 - Consolidated baseline methodology for grid-connected electricity generation from renewable sources
Standardized baselines used N/A
Amount of Reductions 325,442 metric tonnes CO2 equivalent per annum
Fee level USD 63588.4
Validation Report Validation report (2496 KB) Public availability information
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Modalities of Communication
MoC Annex 1
Modalities of Communication valid as of 05/07/2012
Registration Date 13 May 11 (Date of registration action 22 Jul 11)   (view history)  
Crediting Period 13 May 11 - 12 May 18 (Renewable)
Requests for Issuance
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Monitoring report: 13 May 2011 - 27 Aug 2012 (175 KB)
Issuance request state: Awaiting issuance request
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Monitoring report: 28 Aug 2012 - 31 Dec 2012 (277 KB)
Issuance request state: Awaiting issuance request
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Monitoring report: 01 Jan 2013 - 27 Apr 2016 (286 KB)
Issuance request state: Issued
CERs requested from 01 Jan 2013: 1026123
Serial Range: Block start: CN-5-1053495737-2-2-0-4632      Block end: CN-5-1054521859-2-2-0-4632
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