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Climate Change

National and international attempts to mitigate the growth in atmospheric concentrations of GHGs have resulted in the formation of a carbon market. Currently the carbon market comprises of a compliance market, made up of emitters who are obligated to reduce their emissions and a voluntary market, in which organizations voluntarily reduce their carbon emissions. Carbon offsetting provides the opportunity to offset unavoidable emissions, reducing a company’s impact on the environment. It offers companies’ access to compelling social-economic community marketing opportunities whilst helping to finance projects that would not otherwise be viable.

A carbon credit, or carbon offset, is a financial unit of measurement that represents the removal of one tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e) from the atmosphere.

Our team has more than 8 years of experience in climate change mitigation projects and has registered more than 1250 MW in India and abroad.

We provide consultancy for following carbon reduction or climate change mitigation programs. Our services include Project Design Document (PDD) Preparation, Local Stakeholders Meet, Host Country Approval (HCA), Validation Support, Monitoring Report (MR) Preparation, Verification Support, and Transaction Support.

  • Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)/CDM-PoA
    The CDM, a compliance market, allows emission-reduction projects in developing countries to earn certified emission reduction (CER) credits, each equivalent to one tonne of CO2. These CERs can be traded and sold and used by industrialized countries to meet a part of their emission reduction targets under the Kyoto Protocol.
    The mechanism stimulates sustainable development and emission reductions, while giving industrialized countries some flexibility in how they meet their emission reduction limitation targets.
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  • Verified Carbon Standard (VCS)
    VCS is the world’s largest voluntary greenhouse gas/carbon reduction program. Once project is validated under this mechanism, Verified Carbon Unit (VCU) for every ton of greenhouse gas reduced or removed from the atmosphere is issued. Those VCUs can then be sold on the open market and therefore provide support for climate innovations that would have otherwise never taken place.

    Buying (and retiring) carbon credits allow responsible companies to manage the timing and cost of reducing their own greenhouse gas footprint. In many cases, companies buy credits to complement their own efforts to lower emissions such as by improving the efficiencies of their own facilities.
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  • Gold Standard Certification (GS)
    The Gold Standard (GS) is an independent certification standard for creating high-quality emission reductions projects in the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), Joint Implementation (JI) and Voluntary Carbon Market. Its objective is to add branding, a label to existing and new Carbon Credits generated by projects which can then be bought and traded by countries that have a binding legal commitment according to the Kyoto Protocol.
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  • Pilot Auction Facility (PAF)
    The Pilot Auction Facility for Methane and Climate Change Mitigation (PAF) is an innovative climate finance model developed by the World Bank Group to stimulate investment in projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions while maximizing the impact of public funds and leveraging private sector financing.
    Its results-based payment mechanism will set a floor price for future carbon credits in the form of a tradeable put option, which will be competitively allocated via auctions.
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  • Social Carbon Standard
    The SOCIALCARBON Standard is a certification adept at bringing demonstrable social, environmental and economic benefits to the stakeholders of carbon offset projects.

    As an additional Standard for co-benefits, SOCIALCARBON can be used together with any other carbon accounting standard (e.g. VCS, CDM, CAR or others) and may be adapted to suit different types of projects, including hydropower plants, landfills, fuel switching, forestry and others.
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We have large network of carbon credit buyers all across the globe. Our strong association with buyers helps us in providing you best rates in the market .

  • CER Transaction Support
  • Review of ERPA
  • ERPA negotiation, structuring and deal management
  • Due Diligence for Buyer
  • CER Transactions all kinds (Spot Transactions, Forward Transactions, Post 2012 Forward Contract)
Negotiations pursuant to the Bali Action Plan concluded at COP 18 in Doha. As a part of the agreed outcome, developing country Parties will take Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in the context of sustainable development.

NAMAs refer to any action that reduces emissions in developing countries and is prepared under the umbrella of a national governmental initiative. They can be policies directed at transformational change within an economic sector, or actions across sectors for a broader national focus. NAMAs are supported and enabled by technology, financing, and capacity-building and are aimed at achieving a reduction in emissions relative to ‘business as usual’ emissions in 2020.
Our services include:

  • Develop low emission development strategies (LEDS)
  • Develop and design NAMA proposals
  • Policy analysis
  • Technology need assessment (TNA)
  • Develop MRV systems
  • Capacity building and outreach programs
The INDCs combine the top-down system of a United Nations climate agreement with bottom-up system-in elements through which countries put forward their agreements in the context of their own national circumstances, capabilities and priorities, within the ambition to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions enough to keep global temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius.

The INDCs contain steps taken towards emission reductions and also aim to address steps taken to adapt to climate change impacts, and what support the country needs, or will provide, to address climate change.
Our services include:

  • Formulates steps to reduce emissions
  • Formulate steps to adapt to impacts of climate change
  • Develop and design INDC proposals
  • Policy analysis
  • Develop MRV systems
  • Capacity building and outreach programs