Carbon Offset Projects - Verified Carbon Standard (VCS)

Your carbon offsetting supports a variety of clean / renewable energy offset projects around the world

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All offset projects in the Clean Energy Portfolio are verified to the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS). They also meet the offset project requirements of BSI's PAS 2060 guidance on carbon neutrality, therefore assuring your carbon neutral claims.

 

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

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Wind Power Project, Bayannaoer City, China

The Fuhui Inner Mongolia Tugurige Project is a Wind Farm located in the Bayannaoer City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China. It generates renewable electricity using wind power resources and sells this generated output to the North China Power Grid. The project consists of 66 wind turbines, each with a capacity of 750 kW. The total power capacity is therefore approximately 49.5 MW.



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Landfill Gas Management & Power Generation, Indonesia

Bantargebang is the biggest landfill in Indonesia covering 120 hectares in area. Servicing five provinces of Indonesia’s most populous city, the landfill accepts about 5000 tonnes of unsorted waste each day. The project is to improve sanitary standards, and equipped the site with a landfill-gas capture system with flaring and power plant. The project will save about 708,300tCO2e each year.
 


 
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Wind Power Project, Tamil Nadu, India

The Tamilnadu Spinning Mills Association (TASMA) II Project has 812 small windmills located at micro-sites in across the State of Tamil Nadu in India. The generated power is used for meeting the captive needs and export to the grid. All the windmills are connected to the grid of the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board (TNEB) / Southern Grid. The total power capacity is approximately 460 MW. TASMA is a non-profit organization and registered under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act 1975. TASMA promotes best practices among its members, which includes green practices such as wind based electricity generation and energy efficiency.
 
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Small Hydro Power Project, Turkey

The Erkenek 12 MW Hydro Power Plant in Turkey is a small scale hydropower project located in Adiyaman Province. The total installed capacity of this project which consists of two turbines with an estimated net power supply to the grid of 52,288 MWh per annum. The project has been in implementation since February 26th, 2009.


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Small Hydro Power Project, Pubu, China

This small scale 1.6MW run-of -the-river  Hydro Power Plant converts the potential energy available in the river flowing at higher altitudes into mechanical energy using hydro turbines and then to electrical energy using alternators. It exports the electricity generated into the National Grid, therefore preserving natural resources as well as reducing COemissions. 


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Small Hydro Power Project, Uttarakhand, India

This small 4.95 MW Hydro Power Plant converts the potential energy available in the stream flowing from higher altitudes into mechanical energy using hydro turbines and then to electrical energy using alternators. The project provides and sells electricity to the state electricity utility UPCL (Uttarakhand Power Corporation Limited) through the grid, reducing dependence on fossil fuels and thereby reducing COemissions.

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Wind Power,Tamil Nadu, India

This wind power project in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu provides reliable, renewable power, using the Tamil Nadu’s state transmissions system for captive consumption. Based on the barren land at Nettur site, Tirunelveli in the state of Tamil Nadu, the project is helping to bridge the demand supply gap by using wind as a source of generating electrical energy, replacing non-renewable resources and leading to sustainable economic and environmental development.

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BioMass Power Project, Sri Lanka

This 10MW Biomass Power Generation Project aims to provide a solution for the severe power shortage in Sri Lanka through generating power using sustainable biomass energy by using agricultural waste material such as rice husk, sawdust and sustainable energy crops. This environmental friendly energy (electricity) will be used as a stable power supplying the production of cement to displace fossil fuel based electricity from the electricity distribution system (national grid) and at the same time to supplythe balance to the national grid

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Small Hydro Power Project, Brazil

This 10.1MW Small Hydro Power Plant will primarily help to meet Brazil’s rising demand for energy due to economic growth and to improve the supply of electricity, while contributing to the environmental, social and economic sustainability by increasing renewable energy’s share of the total Brazilian (and the Latin America and the Caribbean region’s) electricity consumption.

 

Wind Power, Karnataka,India

The wind power project of 20 MW in the Indian state of Karnataka provides reliable, renewable power to the Karnataka state electricity grid which is part of the Southern regional grid. The project is helping bridge the gap between demandand supply of electricity by using wind as a source of generating electrical energy. The project activity consists of 25 800kW wind turbines. The project harnesses renewable resources in the region, thereby displacing non-renewable natural resources and ultimately leading to sustainable, economic &environmental development.


Wind Power, Zhangbei Lvnaobao, China

CECIC HKE Zhangbei Lvnaobao Wind Power Project is located at Zhangbei County, north west region of HebeiProvince, China. The total installed capacity of the Project is 100.5MW from 67 sets of wind turbine generators . The estimated electricity delivered to the North China Power Grid by the project is 241.70GWh annually.The project reduces GHG emission by replacing an equal amount of electricity which would originally have been generated from fossil fuels. It is estimated that the resulting CO2 emission reductions will be about 254,960 tCO2 annually.

 

Thermal Energy Generation Project, Can Tho province, Vietnam

Wilmar Agro Vietnam Company Limited produces rice bran oil. The rice bran is procured from rice mills locally available and stabilized at a pelletization plant closer to the sources of rice bran (within 60 km) in Cai Be District. The steam required for the rice bran pelletization facility, was generated in a coal-fired captive boiler. Due to increase in the facility capacity, additional steam is required. The facility is replacing the coal-fired boiler, with a renewable energy biomass system, using rice husks purchased from rice mills operating locally around the region.

Small Hydro Power Project, Guizhou Province, China

Wutuhe Erji hydro power project is located in the town of Huaga, Shuicheng County, Liupanshui City in Guizhou Province, China. The electricity generated by the proposed project is supplied to the China Southern Power Grid (CSPG). The total installed capacity of the proposed project is 7.5MW. The Project is expected to reduce greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions by around 24,455 tCO2e per year.

Small Hydro Power Project, Elazig Province, Turkey

The Keban 5 MW Hydro Power Plant in Turkey is a small scale hydropower project located in Elazig Province, Eastern Anatolia. The total installed capacity of this project is 5 MW consisting of one turbine with an estimated net power supply to the grid of 31,686 MWh per annum. This corresponds to an annual emission reduction of 19,510 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent. The project is in implementation since May 2007.

 

Small Hydro Power Project, Guizhou Province, China

The Changtan Hydro Power Project in Guizhou Province is a small-scale reservoir-based hydropower project in China. The total installed capacity of the Project will be 5MW, consisting of two 2.5MW turbines, with a predicted power supply of 19,501MWh per annum. The Project will utilise the hydrological resources of the Shiqian River in a small scale hydropower facility that will generate low emissions electricity for the South China Power Grid.

 

Wind Farm, Rajasthan, India

60 MW wind power project in the Indian state of Rajasthan to provide reliable, renewable po  wer to the Rajasthan state electricity grid which is part of the Northern regional electricity grid. The project will lead to reduced greenhouse gas emissions because it displaces electricity from fossil fuel based electricity generation plants.


 

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Following a carbon footprint calculation, these Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) registered projects 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 Consultants on 0845 5196268 (local rate from UK landline) or +44 (0)1256 345645 (from overseas or mobiles) to discuss your carbon offsetting / neutrality requirements

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