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Our Climate Projects

Current projects

Shuicheng Rural Methane Digesters

Methane digesters are built for small-scale pig farmers in China, to process the pig manure and organic waste into biogas for cooking. This avoids methane emissions from the pig manure from reaching the atmosphere, and the farmers no longer need coal for cooking.

Wind Park Vader Piet N.V

Aruba is one of the small islands moving towards reduced dependency on fossil fuels and increased share of renewables. The first initiative for wind energy production on the island is the Wind Park Vader Piet N.V, providing some 15 % of the island's energy demand.

70 MW Bhadla Solar Power Plant

This large scale solar energy project in India generates renewable energy for the grid and supports local development.

How our projects work

  • The purpose of all our projects is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, for example by contributing to the transition towards renewable energy.
  • Each operational year of the projects, the avoided emissions are measured in carbon dioxide equivalents, which we purchase as carbon credits. This means that the impact can't later be undone.
  • We always pick the projects that make the most climate impact. This can, for example, be projects in highly fossil-fuel dependent countries where clean renewable energy makes a big difference.
  • In addition to the climate impact, the projects contribute to local sustainable development, for example by offering jobs or improving air quality.
  • Projects are certified by strict standards, such as the Gold Standard, and are regularly reviewed by independent third parties.

Here's where we make an impact!