Companies or Carbon Offset Project Developers can receive funding to offset the capital costs of their project based on the carbon savings.
Globally, carbon savings can be measured and converted into a variety of Carbon Offset Certificates depending on the type of project and location.
These can be sold to governments, large or small emitters, or carbon traders. Prices vary based on the type of carbobn offset, and market supply and demand. Whilst there is a global voluntary market, there are also regional and compliance markets within some countries. We specialise in creation of carbon offsets from technology-based methods including:
- Industrial and Commercial Emissions Reduction (ICER)
- Source-Separated Organic Waste
- Alternative Waste Treatment
- Wastewater Treatment
- Biochar is a stable, carbon-rich form of charcoal that is produced by pyrolysis of biomass. When applied to soil it can increase soil fertility, crop productivity, water retention and increases soil carbon content. Biochar can safely sequester the CO2 for thousands of years. More (carbon removals)
What can we help you with?
We provide comprehensive services to help you create carbon offsets for your 1 carbon offset = 1 tonne of CO2-e avoided or removed from the atmosphere. Avoided emissions covers activities that alter behaviour that would have otherwise caused emissions such as energy efficiency improvements or avoided deforestation. Removal covers activities that permanently remove CO2 from the atmosphere such as new forestry plantations, soil carbon improvement or carbon capture and storage. More projects.
- Project eligibility review
- Selection of the right registry, right method, and right Certificate type for your project
- Project registration
- Project boundary selection and measurement and monitoring plan
- Baseline modelling in line with the method
- Annual savings calculation
- Audit/Verification management
The following process flow shows the Project Cycle for a typical Project Certification (source: Method ACM0006 Electricity and heat generation from Biomass is plant or animal material used to produce electricity or heat. Examples include forestry by-products, crop waste, animal waste and food processing waste. Biomass is considered a renewable energy fuel if it comes from a sustainably managed source. More)
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