Highly Accredited Projects that Offsert Sponsors with Gold Standard
COMBINED CYCLE POWER PLANT, India
119.8 MW natural gas combined cycle power plant exports electricity to Tamil Nadu’s grid displacing electricity from power stations operating on fuels like coal, lignite, oil and naphtha. Project is helping to overcome the State’s demand/ supply gap, while enhancing its economic growth and development.
Biomass Power ProjecT, India
Godawari Power and Ispat Limited (GPIL) has installed a 20 MW biomass based power project that generates electricity using rice husks from local communities. By using a renewable fuel, this project reduces local waste whilst reducing emissions by replacing fossil fuel intensive based power generation.
RIVER-HYDRO PROJECT, TURKEY
Small scale (18.72 MW) run-of-river hydro electricity generation project with minimal environmental impact. Local labour was prioritised during both construction and operation. Infrastructure improvements include a new pump for the village’s drinking water network, maintenance of its roads
This is a 100.5 MW wind power project located in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The project consists of 67 WTGs of 1.5 MW each generating clean electricity with utilization of wind energy.
Stove Project, Sudan
The Darfur Low-Smoke Stoves Project demonstrates how carbon finance can improve livelihoods in an area of Sudan where climate change, drought and desertification are already a fact of life.
Hydro project, honduras
A lack of access to electrical energy is a major issue in the north region of the Republic of Honduras. This small run-of-river hydroelectric generating power plant is providing renewable energy to the national grid
Cleaner, safer water, cambodia
In Cambodia, untreated water and poor sanitation cause an estimated 10 million cases of diarrhoea and 10,000 deaths each year. Hydrologic distributes 600,000 ceramic filters, reaching 1.5 million people and saving about 130,000 tonnes of CO2 every year.
Safe Water access, rwanda
CO2balance works with local groups and NGOs in Rwanda to deliver clean, safe water by identifying and rehabilitating broken-down boreholes.
Wind Power Project, India
This project has played an important role in reducing CO2 emissions by generating 45 GWh of clean electricity annually – the equivalent of powering 10,500 households every year.
Sidrap Wind Farm Project, Indonesia
The project is Indonesia’s first utility scale wind farm and has been developed by PT UPC Sidrap Bayu Energi in South Sulawesi, Indonesia