Solar (India)

The project is a 5 MW power plant based on solar photovoltaic (PV) technology located at Village Vituza, near Mamaji ka Than at Balotra in Barmer district of Rajasthan, India. The proposed project activity comprises of installation and operation of total 18,900 Solar PV modules (18840 modules are of capacity 275 Wp each and 60 modules are of capacity 290 Wp each). The annual estimated power generation from the proposed project activity is approximately about 9007 MWh. The power plant is connected to the NEWNE (Northern Eastern Western & North-Eastern) grid.

Wind (Dominican Republic)

The Larimar Wind Farm project generates clean electricity using wind energy. The project involves the construction and operation of two wind farms located in Enriquillo Region of the Dominican Republic. “Larimar I” has 15 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of 49.5 MW; and “Larimar II” has 14 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of 48.3 MW. The total installed capacity of the wind farm is 97.8 MW.
Its contributions include the rehabilitation and interconnection of the electric transmission networks in this area of the country; the construction, improvement, and equipment for educational, sporting, cultural and sanitary facilities. Also, the construction and renovation of roads.

Hydro (Chile)

Located in the Tinguiririca River upper valley, this Hydroelectric project is around 120km south of Santiago, Chile. Known as La Confluencia, the 163 MW run of river hydro power plant utilizes the hydrological resources of the Tinguiririca, Portillo and Azufre Rivers, in a run of river scheme to generate and supply zero emission energy to the Chilean central electricity grid (SIC). The power plant generates certified emission reductions (CERs) by displacing electricity generation from grid connected fossil fuel-fired power plants that would otherwise be generating electricity.


Afforestation (Nicaragua)

This carbon offset project in Uruguay covers more than 4,500 hectares of land that was extensively grazed by cattle for more than 300 years, which degraded the soil. By reforesting with loblolly pines, the project area is now used for sustainable timber production and CO2 sequestration. The project area is managed according to ecological and social criteria.The project saves an average of 253,717 tonnes of CO2 emissions annually and thus makes a valuable contribution to climate action. In addition to improving soil quality, it also contributes to the preservation of biodiversity. The project furthermore promotes the sustainable development of Uruguay. 

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