Our Current Projects

We always support a wide range of Verified Renewable Energy Projects

Project 1

Wind Energy

Location – Location – Liaoning Province, China
Project Name – Xingcheng City

Large scale 50mw wind farm that supplies zero emission electricity to the grid (over 100,000 mw per annum). An offsetting project extremely popular with organisations due to its numerous social and economic benefits. The project, located in a rural zone of China, has resulted in an economic rejuvenation of the population by means of employment and by slowing the migration to Metropolitan areas of younger residents seeking employment in order to maintain their family’s welfare.

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Project 2

Hydro Energy

Location – Barra Grande, Santa Catariwa, Brazil
Project Name – Baesa

A low environmental construction hydro power plant, supplying 30% of the total energy demand for the state of Santa Catariwa. Economic growth of the area has generated more than 5,000 direct and indirect jobs. The Baesa project has promoted regional development, raising R$25m p.a. to be spent on health, education, leisure, security and social assistance for the local area. Baesa also invests in local environmental strategies for reforestation and sustainable farming for the local Community. Where possible during the construction phase the project provided new houses, churches and even a modern gym for the local inhabitants.

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Project 3

Methane Capture

Location – Mansfield, United Kingdom
Project Name – Mansfield

Methane capture from a discarded coal mine is used to generate gas which is subsequently piped to a textile factory to fuel the heating. Environmentally, this is a stand-out project as the common practice in the UK is to release the methane directly into the atmosphere. Many UK based organisations offset this unique UK project, the social benefits of which have helped to provide the local community with increased economic opportunities.

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Project 4

Hydro Energy

Location – Kuppa Himachal Piadesh, India
Project Name – Baspa

The largest private Hydro Power project in India is a “run of the river” (using tidal flow) system which has significantly lowered the environmental impact of its construction against that of a dam built Hydro-Power Plant. Numerous prominent social and environmental benefits from this project have attracted offsetting. For example; Investment into local infrastructure - in particular, the expansive reconstruction of the access to the site which has implemented sealed roads from the previous gravel roads, providing landslide protection and is thus helping to save lives. Eight new bridges have also been constructed.

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Project 5

Methane Capture

Location – Buttonwillow, California
Project Name – West-Star North, Large Scale Farm livestock

The West- Star North Dairy Farm recycles and reduces methane emissions by capture, decomposition and separation of manure. The environmental benefits of animal manure management in agricultural farms is of great importance. Intensive livestock productions (of over 5,000 cows) have a major impact on the air, water and soil in the area. Extensive emissions reduction is gained from the process of separation. The separated substances are recycled with the cured solids being utilised for bedding whilst the cured liquids are used as a rich fertiliser. This particular project is very popular with off-setters who are in the agricultural sector as well as those with links with the United States.

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Project 6

Hydro Project

Location – Salto Pilao, Santa Caiarina State, South Brazil
Project Name – Salto Pilao

A run-of-the-river Hydro-Power project which uses tidal flow as opposed to dam construction. Run-of-the-river construction is far less intrusive and has minimal environmental impact in construction. The impacts of this project are numerous:- It ensures renewable energy generation; reduces national electric demand; avoids negative social and environmental impacts caused by the construction of large Hydro-Power plants with generous reservoirs; It drives the local economy. The project was responsible for over 1,000 jobs in the construction phase and still employs from the surrounding area.

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Project 7

Methane Extraction

Location – Bakersfield, California
Project Name – BOS Dairy Farm

BOS Dairy Farm recycles and reduces methane emissions by the capture, decomposition and separation of manure. Recycling of the animal waste is performed by the separation of liquid from solid and then recycling the solids as bedding. The recycling of methane, from the meat and dairy industry, has a large environmental benefit. The meat and dairy industry combined is responsible for up to half of the climate change gases that are produced by mankind. The BOS Dairy Farm saves the emission of around 8,000 tonnes per year of these greenhouse gases. This project is popular with the food and beverage industries looking to further reduce their environmental impact.

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Project 8

Methane Capture

Location – Lexington, Nebraska
Project Name – Tyson

Tyson foods, supply poultry, swine and beef to the international and domestic US market. During the supply processes large lagoons of waste water are treated so that the methane is captured and recycled and then piped back into the processing factory for use in boilers.

This is a fairly unique and forward thinking process. Businesses that invest in sustainability practices and energy efficiency are rewarded not only with cost savings but also increased social and corporate responsibility.

Methane capture and recycling have large environmental benefits. This project is popular with those in the food industry.

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Project 9


Location – Yangcun Sichuan Province, China
Project Name – Yangcun Hydro

This project uses low Carbon Construction Technology. This 'state of the art' 66mw ‘run-of-the-river’ Hydro Plant saves nearly 250,000 tonnes of Co2 each year.

Employment at local level has helped stop the migration flow into the metropolitan areas. This project is part of China’s energy future. China aims to reduce emissions by 40% by 2020. Sustainable electricity generation of this kind is instrumental in achieving this target. This project has become increasingly popular and China’s recent smog and air quality issues have brought increased attention to the Country's growing renewable energy sector.

This project has become increasingly popular. China’s recent air quality issues and smog have increased the attention on China’s growing renewable energy sector.

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Project 10


Location – Yingpeng, Zhejiang Province, China
Project Name – Yingpeng HFC23

As one of the leading HCFC22 manufacturers in China and being located in Zhejiang Province, the Yingpeng Chemical Co Ltd has a HCFC23 production capacity of 25,000 tonnes per year. It is one of the Country's leading manufacturers of HCFC. As an undesirable by-product of HCFC22, most of the HCFC23 is directly emitted into the atmosphere during the production process of HCFC22 without any legally-binding control by the Chinese environmental laws and regulations.

The purpose of this project is to collect all of the waste stream of HFC23 from the HCFC22 production process, and decompose it almost completely by means of an incinerator to be installed in Yingpeng Chemical Co Ltd. HFC23 is a very harmful and toxic greenhouse gas. The project re-utilises the equivalent of nearly 8 million tonnes of Co2 per year.

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Project 11


Location – Maquan Laqi Yunnan Province, China
Project Name – Yunnan Hydro

This project is part of China’s renewable energy programme. With a 50mw capacity, Yunnan stops nearly 175,000 tonnes of Co2 otherwise being emitted into the atmosphere from traditional fossil fuel power stations.

It also has a large social role as Yunnan is one of the poorest provinces and therefore the project has brought direct benefits to the local region, with job creation; stimulation of economic developments through the local power supply; and more tax benefits. This project is very popular with individuals and Companies looking to offset and support China’s efforts in achieving a 40% reduction in emissions by 2020.

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Project 12

Rainforest Management

Location – Papua New Guinea
Project Name – April Salumei

The project is a REDD project (Reduced emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation).

The project is a REDD project (Reduced emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation). The forest management of April Salumei captures over 100,000 tons of co2 p/a and plays host to a number of endangered species in the rich and incredibly bio-diverse ecosystem that this rainforest represents. The managed timber harvests and their extraction mean the landowners can still farm and develop their land whilst continuing to maintain a sustainable future for the forest. The landowners and their families also benefit from the project with numerous upgraded social facilities.

Forestry projects remain incredibly popular and the April Salumei is a REDD project that operates at the highest levels of carbon capture and environmental sustainability.

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