How will carbon credits help me achieve my sustainability goals?

Carbon credits allow organisations or companies to offset their GHG emissions by supporting renewable energy projects that reduce or remove carbon emissions. Different climate commitment frameworks may have different requirements on GHG accounting or acceptance of carbon offsets. Customers are advised to check with the relevant governance bodies or contact us to know more.

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What types of carbon credits are there and what types are offered by CLP ?

Certified Emission Reduction (CER) Certified Emission Reduction (CER) refers to credits issued under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and represents a reduction of one metric tonne of CO2e. The CDM was created by the Kyoto Protocol. It allows an industralised country with an emission-reduction or emission-limitation commitment under the Protocol to implement emission-reduction projects in

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What are the steps for purchasing CLP Carbon Credits?

Step 1: Confirm the order information Information to be provided should include customer contact, company information and total number of carbon credits to purchase. Step 2: Sign the CLP Carbon Credits Sale Agreement The agreement will be between you or your organisation and the specific CLP Carbon Credits project. Step 3: Invoice will be issued

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If I buy a Carbon Credit, what do I receive?

  If you buy a Carbon Credit from CLP you will receive: a CLP Carbon Credit Certificate attached to the email which identifies the customer as the purchaser of the specified number of credits; and a credit retiring certificate from registry (CDM/VCS) (optional) an email confirming receipt of payment.

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Why does my Carbon Credit Certificate say “CO2e”?

One CLP Carbon Credit represents one metric tonne of CO2e. CO2e, or carbon dioxide equivalent, is a standard unit for measuring carbon footprint. There are several different categories of greenhouse gases (GHG). Six GHGs (among which include CO2) are controlled by the Kyoto Protocol and each of them have a different ability to heat the

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