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Standard for Using Blockchain in Low Carbon Zones Evaluation

This standard defines an evaluation model and evaluation index system for using blockchain in low carbon zones, combining carbon emission scenarios and zone types. This standard also defines the technical requirements and management requirements for using blockchain for low carbon zones, including carbon accounting data sources, data storage, data interaction, data accounting, emission factor database establishment, carbon accounting method selection and prediction.

Sponsor Committee
C/BDL - Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers
Active PAR
PAR Approval

Working Group Details

IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/BDL - Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers
Working Group
BCN - Blockchain Carbon Neutrality
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IEEE Program Manager
Meng Zhao
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Working Group Chair
Dong Wang

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Standard for Blockchain-based Green Power Identification Application

This standard defines an application model and technical framework for green power identification based on blockchain. This standard also specifies the technical and operation management requirements of green power identification based on blockchain.

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IEEE Standard for Using Blockchain for Carbon Trading Applications

Technical framework, application processes and technical requirements for carbon trading applications based on blockchain, including functions, access, interface, security, and carbon consumption voucher coding are described in this standard.

Learn More About 3218-2022

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