This project has produced Thailand's first Gold Standard CERs, after being the first CDM and Gold Standard approved and Registered POME biogas project in Thailand. The biogas and renewable electricity project at the Univanich Lamthap Mill will reduce emissions on average by 48,000 tCO2e/year. Carbon Bridge worked closely with the Univanich team to prepare the PDD and conduct the community consultation to the Gold Standard.
Carbon Bridge has also successfully Registered Univanich second Gold Stnadard biogas project at the Topi factory, their largest mill. Both projects are operating successfully and the Verification process to arrange CER issuance is under way.
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This is the first CDM wind farm project in Vietnam, and the 4th CDM project to be Registered in Vietnam. Carbon Bridge co-ordinated the whole process, including preparing the PDD and co-ordinating the host country approval, validation and registration. The project is a 30MW wind farm and will reduce carbon emissions by displacing electricity from the Vietnamese electricity grid which is mainly made up of coal, natural gas and hydro power stations. Carbon Bridge is working with EDF Trading to realise the carbon value for the wind power developer, REVN. The project has been approved by the Vietnamese CDM DNA Authority and has been approved and Registered by the CDM Executive Board. CER issuance is expected in July 2011.
This is the first waste heat generation project in Cambodia. The project has been Registered and approved by the CDM EB and already in operation at the Kampot Cement Company. Siam Cement Group (SCG Thailand) is the parent company of KCC and responsible for investment in the project. They are also operating a number of projects in Thailand. The project will offset electricity from heavy fuel oil gensets currently supplying electricity to the cement plant. The project is Registered by the CDM Executive Board and about to start the initial verification process.
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Carbon Bridge is working with NBPOL to develop their carbon resources from the proposed biogas plants at 5 sites in Papua New Guinea. NBPOL and Carbon Bridge will develop some of these projects to the Gold Standard. NBPOL is strongly committed to the principles of sustainability, is a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil and has ISO 14001 Environmental Management accreditation. The first 2 projects are under construction and soon to be submitted for Validation.
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This project, Registered by the CDM EB in 2008, is the first large scale biogas project in Cambodia. Carbon Bridge identified the project, prepared the CDM documentation and is arranging the sale of the CERs. The project will reduce emissions by over 60,000 tCO2e/year and will reduce wastewater pollution for the nearby rural community. The project is the first Gold Standard applicant project in Cambodia. The Project has been approved and Registered by the CDM Executive Board, the second CDM project in Cambodia.
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Carbon Bridge arranged the sale of VERs from Sunlabob’s Solar power project that involves the installation of over 1,700 systems installed in remote villages across the Lao PDR. Carbon Bridge prepared the PDD and is co-ordinating the validation and verification of the project following the Voluntary Carbon Standard procedures. TFS Brokers initiated the process to identify an emission reduction project so they could voluntarily offset the emissions from their operations in 2006.
The Soi Sap 3 Hydro project is a small run-of-river min-hydro project in the remote region of Son La in Northern Vietnam. The project will install generate electricity from the Sap Stream to generate electricity and will reduce emissions by around 30,000tCO2e/yr by displacing electricity from the Vietnamese electricity grid. This mountainous region has been classified as having communes with exceptional difficulties by the Vietnamese Government. The project will create employment in construction and service activities.
The project is currently undergoing validation.
This project will capture methane gas released from a closed landfill and use the gas to produce electricity for sale to the Thailand electricity grid. The landfill received municipal solid waste from Bangkok. Active Synergy is the owner and developer of the project. They have installed gas extraction wells and will use the gas to produce electricity and sold to the Thailand electricity grid.
Carbon Bridge has prepared the PDD for the project and it is currently under Validation.
This project will create biogas from wastewater from the Tha Chang Rubber and Palm oil factory located in Surat Thani Thailand. TBEC has a long history of successful biogas development projects in Thailand. Carbon Bridge is working with TBEC to prepare the PDD according to the Gold Standard, co-ordinate the host country approval, validation and verification of the CERs from the project. The project is estimated to reduce emissions by 50,000 tCO2e/year.
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This 7.5MW rice husk renewable power generation project will reduce emissions by around 30,000tCO2e/year by replacing electricity from the Thailand electricity grid. Decha Bio Green Co. Ltd was established to construct the steam based power project in Suphanburi Province. The project will use rice husk from rice mills in the vicinity of the project. Revenues from the project will contribute to the Thailand Community Development Fund administered by EGAT.
The project has been Registered by the CDM EB and already received its first round of CERs, the 4th project in Thailand to receive CERs.
For this voluntary carbon project, Carbon Bridge co-ordinated the carbon documentation and verification for the first of many SME Renewables micro biomass energy projects in Cambodia. SME Renewables works with small entrepeneurs in Cambodia to create energy from biomass resources and provide a sustainable energy supply. SME Renewables works closely with E+Co, who purchased the carbon credits for this project.