Projects

Project summaryProject IDProject NameDescriptionParticipant(s)WebsiteProject detailsProgramSectorSupporting methodologyCriteriaAdditional benefitsTransition from GHG programCredit typeHost country attestationStart dateEst. av. annual mitigationsCrediting period start dateCrediting period end dateMRV cycleStatusProject AddressProj. AddressProj. CityProj. State/provincePost codeHost CountryRegionLocationProponent addressAddressCityState/provincePostal codeCountryGEOContactTitleFirst nameSurnameEmailMobileVVBDocumentationProject descriptionValidation reportMonitoring reportVerification reportOther
FCC 2Festi FjarðarhornFramleiðsla á kolefniseiningum á ca 250 ha í landi Fjarðarhorns í Húnaþingi vestra. Verkefninu er ætlað að binda kolefni á móti losun félaga innan samstæðu Festi hf, verkefnið mun einnig skapa önnur verðmæti eins og t.d. aukin loft- og landgæði sem og útivistarsvæði til framtíðar. Þá mun verkefnið skapa störf í nærumhverfi sínu við framkvæmdir og umhirðu svæðisins.Festi hf.Forest Carbon Code14 Afforestation and reforestationFCC - Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)NoFCUNoNo8/19/20211,8005Under developmentFjarðarhornHúnaþing vestraHúnaþing vestra500IcelandEuropeDalvegur 10-14KópavogurKópavogur201IcelandMr. ÍvarÞrastarsonivarth@festi.is+3548227064
FCC 3SR Mýrar Framleiðsla á kolefniseiningum á 31 ha á Mýrum í Skriðdal. Verkefnum er ætlað bæta land- og loftgæði ásamt því að skapa landeigendum tekjur vegna sölu á kolefniseiningum. Þá mun verkefnið skapa störf á svæðinu við framkvæmdir og umhirðu svæðisins.Skógræktinhttp://www.skogarkolefni.isForest Carbon Code14 Afforestation and reforestationFCC - Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)NoFCUNoNo9/2/20214415Under developmentMýrum IIEgilsstaðirMúlaþing701IcelandEuropeMýrum IIEgilsstaðirMúlaþing701IcelandMr. Hafliði Hafliðasonhaflidi@lifheimur.is+3548999599
ICR 4Substitution of fossil fuels for the use of sustainable biofuels manufactured by Green Fuel ExtremadCalculation of mitigations of GHG emissions due to the operation of a biofuel plant owned by Green Fuel Extremadura S.A. The GHG emissions mitigations consequent of the biofuel consumption and, therefore substitution of the fossil fuel use, are greater than the ones that would occur if the said plant would not be in operation (baseline scenario).Green Fuel Extremadura, S.A.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)ACM0017 - Production of biodiesel ICR Requirements v3.0 ISO 14064-2:2019NoICCNoNo11/3/202190,0001/1/202012/31/20291IssuanceCtra Nacional 630 P.K. 675,7Los Santos de MaimonaBadajoz6230SpainEuropeCtra Nacional 630 P.K. 675,7Los Santos de MaimonaBadajoz6230SpainMrs.Maria AngelesVazquez Morenoadmon.extremadura@greenfuel.es+34674349714CGN Certificacion11/3/2021
ICR 5Substitution of fossil fuels for the use of sustainable biofuels manufactured by Iniciativas BioenerCalculation of mitigations of GHG emissions due to the operation of a biofuel plant owned by Iniciativas Bioenergéticas S.L. The GHG emissions mitigations consecuent of the biofuel consumption and, therefore substitution of the fossil fuel use, are greater than the ones that would occur if the said plant would not be in operation (baseline scenario).Iniciativas Bioenergéticas S.L.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)ACM0017 - Production of biodiesel ICR Requirements v3.0 ISO 14064-2:2019NoICCNoNo11/4/201395,0001/1/202012/31/20291IssuancePolígono El Recuenco 16, Parcela 268CalahorraLa Rioja / Spain26500SpainEuropePolígono El Recuenco 16, Parcela 268CalahorraLa Rioja / Spain26500SpainMr. JulioZaragozajulio.zaragoza@iniciativasbioenergeticas.com+34689311158CGN Certificacion11/4/2021
ICR 7Substitution of fossil fuels for the use of sustainable biofuels manufactured by Biotrading 2007 S.L Calculation of mitigations of GHG emissions due to the operation of a biofuel plant owned by Biotrading 2007 S.L. The GHG emissions mitigations consecuent of the biofuel consumption and, therefore substitution of the fossil fuel use, are greater than the ones that would occur if the said plant would not be in operation (baseline scenario)Biotrading 2007 SLInternational Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)ACM0017 - Production of biodiesel ICR Requirements v3.0 ISO 14064-2:2019NoICCNoNo11/15/201360,0001/1/202012/31/20291IssuanceCARRETERA DEL COPERO S/N-PORT SEVILLASEVILLAANDALUCIA41012SpainEuropeCARRETERA DEL COPERO S/N-PORT SEVILLASEVILLAANDALUCIA41012SpainMr. JAIROLASTRAjairo@biotrading.es+34696289140CGN Certificacion11/15/2021
ICR 15Substitution of fossil fuels for the use of sustainable biofuels manufactured by Gunvor Biodiesel BeCalculation of mitigations of GHG emissions due to the operation of a biofuel plant owned by Gunvor Biodiesel Berantevilla S.L. The GHG emissions mitigations consequent of the biofuel consumption and, therefore substitution of the fossil fuel use, are greater than the ones that would occur if the said plant would not be in operationGunvor Biodiesel Berantevilla S.L.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)ACM0017 - Production of biodiesel ICR Requirements v3.0 ISO 14064-2:2019NoICCNoNo5/12/200335,0001/1/202012/31/20291ClosedPoligono Ind. Lacorzanilla LZ2 P 9BerantevillaÁlava1211SpainEuropePoligono Ind. Lacorzanilla LZ2 P 9BerantevillaÁlava1211SpainMr. GorkaLezaGorka.leza@gunvor-espana.es+34689527173CGN Certificacion12/29/2021
FCC 17ArnaldsstaðirMarkmið verkefnisins er að framleiða kolefniseiningar á 40 hekturum á jörðinni Arnaldsstaðir í Fljótsdal á Austurlandi. Verkefninu er ætlað að bæta land- og loftgæði ásamt því að skapa landeigendum tekjur vegna sölu á kolefniseiningum. Verkefnið mun einnig skapa störf á svæðinu, bæði á framkvæmdatíma og vegna umhirðu skógarins.Yggdrasill Carbon ehf.Forest Carbon Code14 Afforestation and reforestationFCC - Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)NoFCUNoNo11/15/20215RegisteredArnaldsstaðirFljótsdalurFljótsdalshérað701IcelandEuropeArnaldsstaðirFljótsdalurFljótsdalshérað701IcelandMr. BjörgvinPéturssonbjorgvin@yggcarbon.com+3548447779iCert12/30/2022
ICR 19Dak Srong 2A Hydropower ProjectThe Dak Srong 2 A 18MW hydropower project is being developed by Hoang Anh Gia Lai Hydropower Joint Stock Company of Viet Nam. The proposed project activity aims to construct and operate a run-of river hydropower project. Being a run-of-river (rather than accumulation reservoir plant), it offers an environmentally friendly solution to growing energy demand. It will be located in Yang Nam, and Dak Kning Communes, Kong Chro District, Gia Lai Province in the highlands area of Viet Nam and is hereafter referred to as “the project activity”. Gia Lai is located in the central highland area of the country, which is one of the poorest areas in Viet Nam1. The proposed project utilises water resources of the Ba River, which runs into the East Sea of Viet Nam. Project transitioned from CDM: Project 4210 : Dak Srong 2A Hydropower Project https://cdm.unfccc.int/Projects/DB/SQS1291801964.52/viewKYOTOenergy Pte LtdInternational Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)ACM0002 - Grid-connected electricity generation from renewable sourcesICR Requirements v3.0 ISO 14064-2:2019CDMICCNoNo6/5/20111RegisteredYang Nam and Dak Kning CommunesKong Chro DistrictGia Lai60000VietnamAsiaYang Nam and Dak Kning CommunesKong Chro DistrictGia Lai60000VietnamMr. MichelBuronmichel.buron@kyotoenergy.net+33638949787
ICR 27Shaoguan City Shaoneng Biomass Power Generation ProjectThe Project is a greenfield project with a total installed capacity of 60MW consisting of 2×30 MW units. The annual biomass residue consumption of the Project is 306,600 tonnes, expected annual operating hours is 6,000 hours per annum with resulting expected annual electricity generation of 360,000 MWh per annum. The plant load factor(PLF) equals to 68.49%. Of this generation figure, 318,600 MWh is expected to be delivered net of auxiliary power use to the Guangdong power grid, part of the China Southern Power Grid (CSPG).Goldchina Consultancy International Co., Ltd.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)ACM0018 - Electricity generation from biomass residues in power-only plantsICR Requirements v3.0 ISO 14064-2:2019CDMICCNoNo9/13/2013190,1586/1/20135/31/20201RegisteredXiaba Village, Leyuan Town, Zhenjiang DistrictShaoguan CityGuangdong Province512000ChinaAsiaXiaba Village, Leyuan Town, Zhenjiang DistrictShaoguan CityGuangdong Province512000ChinaMr. ZhaoningZhengzzn@gcci-carbon.com+86180101213868454VR
FCC 30One Tree Planted Dragons NestAfforestation of a 170 ha area by planting trees on the lower, south-facing slopes on the farm “Dragon´s Nest”. The area is degraded former grazing land with low-growing and largely non-continuous vegetation. It has been in disuse since 2005 except for the neighbor's sheep grazing there. They will be excluded by fencing the area. The main goals of afforestation are carbon sequestration, soil conservation and possibly future timber production.SkógræktinForest Carbon Code14 Afforestation and reforestationFCC - Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)NoFCUNoNo5/3/20215Under developmentOrmsstaðirBreiðdalsvíkFjarðabyggð760IcelandEuropeSkógræktinMiðvangur 2-4Egilsstaðir700IcelandMr.Gunnlaugur Guðjónsson gulli@skogur.is+3548603565
ICR 31Substitution of fossil fuels for the use of sustainable biofuels manufactured by Gunvor EspañaCalculation of mitigations of GHG emissions due to the operation of a biofuel plant owned by Gunvor España S.L.Gunvor España S.L.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)ACM0017 - Production of biodiesel ICR Requirements v3.0 ISO 14064-2:2019NoICCNoNo12/1/2020110,0001/1/202112/31/20301ClosedPolígono Ind. Nuevo puerto nº 52-53Palos de la FronteraHuelva21810SpainEuropePolígono Ind. Nuevo puerto nº 52-53Palos de la FronteraHuelva21810SpainMr. GorkaLezaGorka.leza@gunvor-espana.es+34689527173CGN Certificacion6/8/2022
ICR 52LFG management project for 2nd phase of Liulitun landfill in Haidian DistrictThe LFG management project for second phase of Liulitun landfill in Haidian District is invested and owned by Beijing Huatairunda Energy Saving Technology Co.Ltd. The project captures the landfill gas that would have been released to the atmosphere in the absence of the project and generates electricity with the landfill gas (LFG). Emission reductions by the project would be claimed from the methane destruction by gas engines through LFG consumption and electricity replacement by 10MW (5X2MW) internal combustion engine generators through electricity generation. The largest power generation would be 72,000MWh and of which 64,800MWh would be supplied to the North China Power Grid. It is estimated that annual average 152,550 tCO2e emissions and totally 1,067,851 tCO2e emissions could be reduced in the first 7-year crediting period. Project 9413 - Transitioned from CDM.Goldchina Consultancy International Co., Ltd.International Carbon Registry13 Waste handling and disposalACM0001 - Flaring or use of landfill gasICR Requirements v3.0 ISO 14064-2:2019CDMICCNoNo3/1/2013152,5503/1/20132/29/20201RegisteredNo 1, Building Guanaoyuan, Baoshengli, Haidian DistrictBeijingBeijing100192ChinaAsiaNo 1, Building Guanaoyuan, Baoshengli, Haidian DistrictBeijingBeijing100192ChinaMr. ZhaoningZhengzzn@gcci-carbon.com+8618010121386
FCC 55HvannáMarkmið verkefnisins er að framleiða kolefniseiningar á tæplega 90 hektara svæði á jörðinni Hvanná í Jökuldal á Austurlandi. Þar af verður gróðursett í rúmlega 40 hektara innan þessa svæðis. Verkefninu er ætlað að bæta land- og loftgæði ásamt því að skapa landeigendum tekjur vegna sölu á kolefniseiningum. Verkefnið mun einnig skapa störf á svæðinu, bæði á framkvæmdatíma og vegna umhirðu skógarins. Verkefnið er kostað af Yggdrasil Carbon ehf. (YGG), kt: 480620-2080 og landeigendum. Verkefninu er stýrt af YGG sem mun meðal annars halda utan um það og sjá til þess að öllum stöðlum sé fylgt. Verkefnið er unnið í nánu samstarfi við landeigendur. Áætlaður stofnkostnaður þess er um 23,5 miljónir króna. YGG og landeigandi munu sjá um rekstrarkostnað verkefnisins. Samkvæmt Skógarkolefnisreikni Skógræktarinnar er gert ráð fyrir að verkefnið bindi um 23 þúsund tCO2e.Yggdrasill Carbon ehf.Forest Carbon Code14 Afforestation and reforestationFCC - Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)NoFCUNoNo7/4/20224595Under developmentHvannáFljótsdalshéraðMúlaþing701IcelandEuropeFagradalsbraut 11EgilsstaðirMúlaþing700IcelandMr. BjörgvinPéturssonbjorgvin@yggcarbon.com+3548447779
FCC 57Skógálfar, ÁlfabrekkaScenarios are presented for afforestation on the farm Þóroddsstaðir based on different goals and species composition. On a 100 ha, area southwest of Apavatn on the farm Þóroddsstaðir, 6 ha of black cottonwood, 30 ha of Sitka spruce, 62 ha of lodgepole pine and 2 ha of downy birch are expected to be planted in 2022 in this scenario. The goal is to maximize carbon sequestration, improve hydrology, conserve soil and provide diverse habitat as well as improving the site for outdoor recreation and providing the possibility of future timber production. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2w9LgZBJWa8Skógálfar ehf.Forest Carbon Code14 Afforestation and reforestationFCC - Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)Forest Carbon Code (Skógarkolefni)NoFCUNoNo9/14/20211,0635Under developmentÁlfabrekkaGrímsnes og GrafningshreppurGrímsnes og Grafningshreppur805IcelandEuropeBlikanes 6GarðabærGarðabær210IcelandMr. ÁsmundurSkeggjasonasi@carbelfs.com+3548953000
ICR 64Mramorak1&2 Biogas Power Plants Mramorak1&2 Biogas Power Plants project is an anaerobic waste treatment system to reduce GHG emissions through methane recovery and displacement of carbon intensive grid electricity with renewable biogas energy. Project is located in Mramorak, Serbia and uses manure from cattle farms, municipal non‐hazardous food waste, plant based wastes and plant residues to produce renewable energy. Project is a Greenfield activity, comprising two identical biogas power plants, Mramorak 1 and Mramorak 2, with a total installed capacity of 1.998 MWh. Starting operation on 24 June 2020, project generates 28,124 tCO2 of emission reductions annually.Zlatar doo- MramorakInternational Carbon Registry13 Waste handling and disposalAMS-III.AO. - Methane recovery through controlled anaerobic digestionICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2NoICCNoNo6/24/202028,1241Under validationZadruzna 6Mramorak26226SerbiaEuropeZadruzna 6Mramorak26226SerbiaMr. Milan MitrovicMilan.mitrovic@zlatarmramorak.rs+38163466173re-Carbon
ICR 65MODISA Conservation Project A trailblazer in sustainable wildlife conservation, the MODISA project protects 17,000 hectares of untouched savannah grassland ecosystems in the Botswana Kalahari from commercial development. The project site is located adjacent to the KD15 WMA (Wildlife Management Area) serving as a critical wildlife passage for the Kalahari Transfrontier National Park. The project maintains the integrity of local ecosystems while re-investing into sustainable development projects and environmental science research at MODISA.Gazelle Ecosolutions, LLCInternational Carbon Registry14 Afforestation and reforestationVM0009 - Methodology for Avoided Ecosystem ConversionICR Requirements v3.0 ISO 14064-2:2019NoICCNoNo8/15/202221,4591Under validationPO Box 439TshabongKgalagadi South0BotswanaAfricaPO Box 439TshabongKgalagadi South0BotswanaMr. AmodDaherkaramod.a.daherkar@gmail.com+15129661734Epic Sustainability
ICR 66DRC REDD+ Carbon Credit Harvesting The REDD+ Carbon Credit Harvesting Group Project, located in central DRC, Africa, will protect approximately 6,793,190 hectares of forest from industrial logging, unsustainable fuel wood extraction and slash and burn agriculture. The project is developed and managed in a joint venture by forest carbon leaders GEC Communities II, Inc. as General Partner to R.E.D.D. Carbon Credit Harvesting LP (“GEC-C”) and Global Treat Corporation (GTC). The methodology used for this project will be VM0009 ‘Methodology for Avoided Deforestation’ v3.0, originally validated with VCS in January, 2011 (Version 1.0) with the revised version (version 3.0) receiving validation from VCS in June, 2014. The project is estimated to deliver over 4.3 billion tCO2-e over 30 years and an average of 141.2 million tCO2e per year.GEC Communities II, inc.International Carbon Registry14 Afforestation and reforestationVM0009 - Methodology for Avoided Ecosystem ConversionICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2NoICCNoNo1/1/20221Under developmentGroup ProjectEquateur ProvinceEquateur Province0DRCAfrica509 East Broad St 2nd floorWestfieldNJ7090United StatesMr. CharlesCacicicacici@gec-c.com+19735583109
ICR 67Sogukpinar Hydroelectric Power PlantArsan Hidroelektrik Üretim A. Ş. constructed the Soğukpınar Hydroelectric Power Plant. Afterward, the company changed hands and Fazlı Enerji Elektrik Üretim A. Ş. became the project owner. The project aims to produce and sell electrical energy to the National Electricity Grid of Türkiye. Soğukpınar Hydroelectric Power Plant has two turbines, each with a 4.66 MWm/4.45 MWe capacity. For the entire crediting period, 156,011 tons of CO2 are expected to be reduced.Desilyon Danismanlik Ticaret A.S.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)AMS-I.D. - Grid connected renewable electricity generationICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2Gold standardICCNoNo11/15/20131Under developmenton the Karadon RiverGİRESUNEspiye28600TurkeyMiddle EastMustafa Kemal Mah. Dumlupınar Bulv. Mahall Ankara B Blok No:38Mahall Ankara B Blok No:38Ankara6530TurkeyMrs.ÖzlemÖzkapıozlem@desilyon.com.tr+905312808040
ICR 68Kayaköprü Hydroelectric Power PlantArsan Hidroelektrik Üretim A. Ş. constructed the Kayaköprü Hydroelectric Power Plant. Afterward, the company changed hands and Fazlı Enerji Elektrik Üretim A.Ş. became the project owner. Kayaköprü Hydroelectric Power Plant has one turbine with a 16.23 MWm/14.20 MWe capacity. For the entire crediting period, 271,198 tons of CO2 are expected to be reduced.Desilyon Danismanlik Ticaret A.S.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)AMS-I.D. - Grid connected renewable electricity generationICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2Gold standardICCNoNo4/5/20131Under developmenton the Çakrak CreekGiresunYağlıdere18610TurkeyMiddle EastMustafa Kemal Mah. Dumlupınar Bulv. Mahall Ankara B Blok No:38Mahall Ankara B Blok No:38Ankara6530TurkeyMrs.ÖzlemÖzkapıozlem@desilyon.com.tr+905312808040
ICR 69Köprübasi Hydroelectric Power PlantArsan Hidroelektrik Üretim A. Ş. constructed the Köprübaşı Hydroelectric Power Plant. Afterward, the company changed hands and Fazlı Enerji Elektrik Üretim A. Ş. became the project owner. Köprübaşı Hydroelectric Power Plant has two turbines, each with a 7.75 MWm/7.33 MWe capacity. For the entire crediting period, 251,780 tons of CO2 are expected to be reduced.Desilyon Danismanlik Ticaret A.S.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)AMS-I.D. - Grid connected renewable electricity generationICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2Gold standardICCNoNo11/9/20131Under developmenton the Kelkit CreekGiresunŞiran28610TurkeyMiddle EastMustafa Kemal Mah. Dumlupınar Bulv. Mahall Ankara B Blok No:38Mahall Ankara B Blok No:38Ankara6530TurkeyMrs.ÖzlemÖzkapıozlem@desilyon.com.tr+905312808040
ICR 70Kiy Hydroelectric Power PlantArsan Hidroelektrik Üretim A. Ş. constructed the Kıy Hydroelectric Power Plant. Afterward, the company changed hands and Fazlı Enerji Elektrik Üretim A.Ş. became the project owner. Kıy Hydroelectric Power Plant has two turbines, each with a 12.3 MWm/11.9 MWe capacity. For the entire crediting period, 401,376 tons of CO2 are expected to be reduced.Desilyon Danismanlik Ticaret A.S.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)AMS-I.D. - Grid connected renewable electricity generationICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2Gold standardICCNoNo1/23/20141Under developmenton the Salam CreekAdanaKozan1510TurkeyMiddle EastMustafa Kemal Mah. Dumlupınar Bulv. Mahall Ankara B Blok No:38Mahall Ankara B Blok No:38Ankara6530TurkeyMrs.ÖzlemÖzkapıozlem@desilyon.com.tr+905312808040
ICR 71Balsuyu Rooftop Bundled Solar Power Plants Balsuyu Bundled Rooftop Solar Power Plants project aims to provide clean energy to the National Grid System of Turkey through while contributing to sustainable development, protecting environment and avoiding Greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. In the absence of the project, same amount of electricity would be used from carbon intensive national grid and would release CO2 into the atmosphere. As a Greenfield activity, project comprises six identical units of photovoltaic power plants, located in province of Kahramanmaraş in Turkey. Project has a total installed capacity of 5.994 MWe with an approximate average annual electricity generation of 10.5 GWh. During the 10-year project crediting period, project is expected to achieve 6,810 tCO2 annual emission reductions.ALPEREN ELEKTRIK ÜRETIM A.S.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)AMS-I.D. - Grid connected renewable electricity generationICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2NoICCNoNo12/10/20201Under developmentBalsuyu Bulvarı/ 280 Ada/3 Parsel and 537 Ada/19 Parsel TürkoğluKahramanmaraşAkdeniz Bölgesi46800TurkeyMiddle EastMustafa Kemal Mah. Barış Sitesi 2096 Sok. No.24İç Anadolu BölgesiAnkara6520TurkeyMrs.İncigülPolat Erdoganiperdogan@gmail.com+905383275657
ICR 72Project FluxThe Industrial laundry sector uses significant amounts of energy and water to wash everything from hotel linen to workwear. The UK industrial laundry industry puts over 4 million cubic metres of hot waste water to drain per annum. The Project Flux membrane technology shows that hot waste water can be cleaned and put back into the wash cycle saving energy, water and chemicals. The system uses durable ceramic membranes coated with alumina oxide. By recycling wastewater and putting the hot water back into the washing cycle, significant savings of gas and water have been demonstrated and quantified. Reduced gas and water usage also reduces carbon emission significantly. The patent-membrane filtration technology provides water recovery rate of up to 80% and energy cost savings of up to 50% due to the high membrane flux and continuous filtration capability.Water Recovery Systems IP LimitedInternational Carbon Registry3 Energy demandISO 14064-2 - Greenhouse gases — Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification, monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancementsICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2NoICCNoNo1/1/20231Under validationChristy's LaneShaftesburyDorsetW45YAUnited KingdomEuropeBuilding 3, 566 Chiswick High RoadChiswickLondonW4 5YAUnited KingdomMr. Tom Dickietom@hydrasyst.com+15042015258Earthood
ICR 85Substitution of fossil fuel for the use of sustainable biofuels manufactured by Linares Biodiesel Technology S.L.U.Calculation of mitigations of GHG emissions due to the operation of a biofuel plant owned by Linares Biodiesel Technology S.L.U. The GHG emissions mitigations consecuent of the biofuel consumption and, therefore substitution of the fossil fuel use, are greater than the ones that would occur if the said plant would not be in operation (baseline scenario).Linares Biodiesel Technology S.L.U.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)ACM0017 - Production of biodiesel ICR Requirements v3.0 ISO 14064-2:2019NoICCNoNo1/1/20211/1/202112/31/20301IssuanceFábrica Fértil, Ctra. En LinaresLinares23490SpainEuropeCarretera nacional 222 km 126Estación Linares-Baeza Jaen23700SpainMr.Francisco Javier MasaMasafjmasa@libitec.es+34953606603CGN Certificacion1/9/2023
ICR 86Nature Entrusted Land Minerals ProjectsPHH Project LLC will permanently retire un-drilled acreage in Howard County, Texas within the Permian Basin through a perpetual trust. One section of Howard County, totaling approximately 640 acres is estimated to hold 215 million barrels of oil in five of the fifteen drilling zones. The perpetual trust will prevent this oil from being extracted. The five geological formations or drilling zones of the 640 acres are proven oil reserves; rather than being developed, these minerals will be put into a trust controlled exclusively by a leading, independent institutional trustee that will ensure that no development or use of the minerals is permitted in perpetuity.PHH Project LLCInternational Carbon Registry8 Mining/mineral productionISO 14064-2 - Greenhouse gases — Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification, monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancementsICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2NoICCNoNo5,000,000Under developmentSection 30, Block 29,Howard CountyTexasT1NUnited StatesNorth America1209 N Orange StreetWilmington, Delaware19801United StatesMr.Andrew Homewoodphh@phhcarbon.com
ICR 87Carbon avoidance through the nutritional replacement of beef by carbon-neutral Icelandic Ultra Spirulina (blue-green algae) productionCarbon avoidance through the nutritional replacement of beef by carbon-neutral Icelandic Ultra Spirulina (blue-green algae) production• Prior to the initiation of this project, Vaxa has implanted pilot scale tests of their product and are now aiming to move towards mass scale production. To align with the Carbon avoidance through the nutritional replacement of beef by carbon-neutral Spirulina (blue-green algae) production applicability conditions, Vaxa has tested its product (Icelandic Ultra Spirulina) to ensure that across the three critical nutrients (essential amino acid profile, bioavailable Iron, and unopposed, active vitamin B12) are within 15% of beef nutritional value.• The project boundary is cradle-to-gate from food production start and upstream materials/energy to production facility gate. • The baseline scenario is average beef production, and the GHG mitigation is estimated as the emissions from average beef production minus the emissions associated with nutritionally comparable spirulina (in the case of this project IUS).Vaxa technologiesInternational Carbon Registry15 AgricultureISO 14064-2 - Greenhouse gases — Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification, monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancementsICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2NoICCNoNo18,400,000Under developmentHellisheiðarvirkjunÖlfusÖlfusIcelandEuropeÁrleynir 8ReykjavikReykjavík112IcelandMr. Isaac Berzinisaac@vaxa.life+354 680 0035
ICR 88Karaburun Wind Power PlantLodos Karaburun Enerji Üretim A.Ş. has established a 120 MW wind farm (Phase 1) in Karaburun, İzmir region and made an additional 148 MW extension (Phase 2) to this project starting with late 2019. The first phase of the project consist of 50 turbines which are already in operation and other 37 turbines are being installed.Karaburun WPP project is located in Pirenli dağı, Kurkaya tepesi, Yaylaköy, Değirmentepe, Çataltepe, Minisli vicinity within the borders of Karaburun District in Izmir province, Turkey.The Phase 2 will produce annually 501,432 MWh and 301,150 tCO2e respectively.Lodos Karaburun Enerji Üretim A.Ş.International Carbon Registry1 Energy industries (renewable - / non-renewable sources)ACM0002 - Grid-connected electricity generation from renewable sourcesICR Requirements v4.0 ISO 14064-2NoICCNoNo5/7/2019301,1505/7/20194/7/20291Under validationYaylaköyKaraburun/İzmir35960TurkeyMiddle EastBankalar Yanıkkapı Tenha Sk. Uçarlar Han No:8IstanbulIstanbul34420TurkeyMr.MetinCanmetincan@lodoskaraburun.com+90 (212) 256 81 90re-Carbon

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