Certified Emission Reduction (CER)

Supporting Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects that have generated Green CER carbon credits

CDM projects are fully verified to Kyoto / United Nations (UN) standards via an independent Designated Operating Entity. Our portfolio of CER offsets support clean energy projects in developing countries.

CER offsets purchase through us are retired / cancelled through the UK Environmental Agency's carbon registry.

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Below is a selection of carbon offset projects from our extensive CER portfolio:

Wind Farm 

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CDM registration reference number: 0453

The project is located on a 9km stretch of undeveloped and uninhabited foreshore area in Bangui Bay. It represents the first commercial wind power project in the ASEAN region. It will bring zero GHG emission power and help enhance technology transfer to the Philippines. The total capacity of the project is approximately 33MW, and reduces emission by around 56,788tCO2e each year.

Landfill Gas Recovery and Electicity Generation Project


Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

CDM registration reference number: 0908

This project captures biogas by operating an extraction plant comprised of a network of wells and connected pipes, running into blowers and torches.  A biogas-fuelled generator is used to supply the plant itself and to produce electricity to supply the national grid.  The average yearly avoided CO2 emissions are estimated at 202,271 tonnes.


Gold Standard CDM Wind Project

Huadian Ningxia Ningdong Yangjiayao, China

China Wind Carbon Offset

CDM registration reference number: 2887

Gold Standard CER Project ID: GS607

The objective of Huadian Ningxia Ningdong Yangjiayao 45MW Wind-farm Project is the generation of zero carbon emission electricity from a renewable source (i.e. wind) and the displacement of the same amount of electricity from the North West Power Grid that is mainly dominated by coal-fired power plants. The Project helps meet the increasing demand of electricity in Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in a sustainable way.


Stockpiled Empty Fruit Bunch Biomass

Gold Standard CDM Biomass Project

Sabah, East Malaysia

CDM registration reference number: 0288

This project involves using waste Empty Fruit Bunches (EFB) for electricity and steam generation. The project involves the construction of a 7.5 MW turbine generator equipped with auxiliary facilities. The development of this biomass plant will have a positive effect on the waste disposal problems facing mills at the Sahabat Complex, diverting waste away from incineration, reducing the stress on composting capacity, and significantly reducing the amount of EFB currently landfilled.


Wind Power Project

Kanyakumari districts of Tamilnad, India

CDM registration reference number: 991

This project involves grouping of 704 wind turbines. The project activity generates 860 GWh of power using wind energy through wind turbine technology, enabling displacement of thermal energy. The novel feature of this project activity is that it brings together, a number of investors with small power requirements (who otherwise would have chosen to draw power from the grid) to invest into wind turbines. 


Small Hydropower Project 

Fugong County of Yunnan Province, China

CDM registration reference number: 1511

Yunnan Zemahe 15MW Small Hydropower Project, a run-of-river small hydropower project, is located in Fugong County of Yunnan Province, People's Republic of China. The project uses available water potential in Zemahe River which is a branch of Nujiang River to generate electricity and exports to the regional power grid.


Wind Power Project 

Inner Mongolia Chifeng Dongshan Phase II 50MW

CDM registration reference number: 1869

The Inner Mongolia Chifeng Dongshan Phase II 50MW Wind Power Project is located in Danianzi town, Songshan District, Chifeng City in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. It involves the installation of 25 turbines, each of which has a rated output of 2000kW, providing a total capacity of 50 MW.

The project helps reduce GHG emissions generated from the high-growth, coal-dominated power generation. It also contributes to sustainability in the region by reducing pollution, creating employment opportunities, promoting the local tourism industry and improving the livelihoods of local people.


Following a carbon footprint calculation, these Kyoto compliant CERs meet the requirements under the Quality Assurance Standard (QAS) for Carbon Offsetting. 

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Offset credits from these projects also meet BSI's PAS 2060 guidance on carbon neutrality, therefore assuring your carbon neutral claims.


Call our Sales Consultants on 0845 5196268 (local rate from UK land line) or +44 (0)1256 345645 (from overseas or mobiles) to find out more about this project or to discuss your carbon offsetting / neutrality requirements.

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