Our Climate Protection Projects – Enabling Your Engagement


We offer one of the most extensive portfolios of climate protection projects, certified to the highest standards in the market. We prioritize renewable energy, energy efficiency and forest conservation projects that are sustainable – resulting in clear socio-economic and environmental benefits. All of our projects are additional, meaning that without the income generated through the sale of certificates, they wouldn’t be feasible at all. These projects rely on our collective on-going support.

More about SDGs >>

Our exclusive Lighthouse Projects:

Nigeria, Kenya & Uganda:
Global Safe Water Programme

Total emission reductions: 600,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Thermal Energy Displacement

The Project

Safe water is a daily challenge for schools in many parts of the world and boiling is often the only available option to make drinking water safe for students… >> >>

Project details >>

DelAgua Rwanda Stoves Project

Total emission reductions: 1,280,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Household energy efficiency

The Project

The stoves not only reduce cooking time, but also consume half as much wood as traditional cooking methods. Alongside the stoves, the project works with the Rwandan Ministry of Health to employ community workers and involve them in distribution, household training and after-sales support programs.  >> >>

Project details >>

Further project examples from our extensive portfolio.

Peru: Sustainable Forestry in the Amazon basin in Madre de Dios

Total emissions reduction: 660,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: REDD+

The Project
The Amazon basin stretches over 8 million square kilometers. Inaccessibility provides effective protection for invaluable habitats for animals and plants…>>

project details >>

Uganda: Efficient cook stoves help to reduce deforestation

Total emissions reductions: 450,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Energy efficiency

The Project
Uganda currently loses about 2% of its forest cover annually, fuel wood use being the second driver after land-clearing. Around 95% of Ugandan … >>

Project details >>

India: Clean biogas for 7,000 families

Total emission reductions: 28,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable energy -Biogas

The Project
The majority of families in rural areas of India depend on wood as a source of household energy. As a result, the wood resources degrade constantly …>>

Project details >>

Zambia: The Lower Zambezi Community Forestry Project

Total emission reductions: 210,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: REDD+

The Project
The Lower Zambezi REDD+ project protects 39,000 hectares of threatened valuable Miombo forest from deforestation. It is one of  …. >>

Project details >>

India: Kinnaur hydropower project

Total emission reductions: 3,541,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy: Hydropower

The Project
It will use the natural flow of Satluj to generate electricity
with a total installed capacity of 1000 MW. … >>

Project Overview >>

Madagascar: Hydropower project

Total emission reductions: 40,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy: Hydro

The Project
As Madagascar’s first privately operated run-of-river power plant, the Sahanivotry hydroelectric power plant is an important lighthouse project for the sustainable conversion and expansion of the island’s electricity supply. … >>

Project details >>

Malawi: Boreholes for clean water supply

Total emission reductions: 10,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Boreholes for clean water supply

The Project
In Dowa and Kasungu Districts, around half of rural communities live without safe water. This situation is exacerbated by … >>

Project details >>

Mongolia: The Salkhit wind farm

Total emission reductions: 180,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable energy

The Project
The rough continental climate in Mongolia is characterized by very long and cold winters. Temperatures reaching 40 … >>

Project details >>

China: Utilizing power from the sun to generate clean energy

Total emission reductions:: 48,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy – Solar

The Project
Located in northern China in Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, the project utilises a well-suited location to harness solar power. The project includes the installation of approximately 168,000 solar cell modules. >>

Project details >>

Thailand: Generating clean electricity from the sun

Total emission reductions:: 56,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy – Solar

The Project
With a total capacity of 81.53 megawatts, it will feed almost 110 gigawatt hours of electricity into the regional grid. … >>

Project details >>

China: Wind farm generates sustainable energy

Total emission reductions: 97,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy: Wind

The Project
The wind farm feeds approximately 110,000 MWh of electricity into the Northwest China Power Grid (NCPG) annually and displaces electricity from coal-fired power plants. … >>

Project details >>

India: 21MW Wind Power Project

Total emission reductions: 45,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy – Wind

The Project
A total of 10 turbines are installed, each with an individual capacity of 2,100kW. In total, the wind farm generates around 48,000 MWh of clean electricity every year. >>

Project details >>

Türkei: Yuntdag windpark

Total emission reductions: 115,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy: Wind

The Project
The annual production is sufficient to supply 80,000 households in the surrounding area with electricity. … >>

Project details >>

Ghana: Efficient cook stoves improve quality of life

Total emission reductions: 167,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Energy efficiency

The Project
The project activity consists of selling around 240,000 efficient cookstoves. … >>

Project details >>

Peru: Brazil nut project helps to avoid deforestation

Total emission reductions: 2,100,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: REDD+

The Project
The Rainforest Community Project brings together hundreds of local families and small-scale concession holders which harvest Brazil nuts in the Peruvian Amazon. … >>

Project details >>

India: Harnessing hydropower to displace fossil fuels

Total emission reductions: 2,000,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Hydropower

The Project
The project is based in the province of Sikkim, found on the southern edge of the Himalayas. … >>

Project details >>

Brazil: Locals protect their forest from illegal logging

Total emission reductions:: 553,000 t CO2 p.a.
Projekttyp: REDD+

The Project
This project focusses on the protection of accessible and inaccessible forest areas. This will allow for the forest to re-grow. Surveillance teams keep the area under rigorous monitoring to prevent illegal logging and squatters from claiming lands. … >>

Project details >>

Cambodia: Access to clean water through ceramic purifiers

Total emission reductions: 22,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Water filtration

The Project
This project addresses the problem of safe drinking water by constructing and disseminating ceramic water purifiers (CWP) to Cambodian households, particularly in rural areas. CWPs are point-of-use treatment systems which remove microbes from contaminated water. … >>

Project details >>

Indonesia: Preventing deforestation in Rimba Raya Reserve

Total emission reductions: 3,500,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: REDD+

The Project
The Rimba Raya Reserve is located in Borneo’s southeast stretching almost 100 kilometers from North to South along the borders of Tanjung Puting National Park. … >>

Project details >>

China: The Liangdu-Afforestation Project in Guizhou Province

Total emissions reduction: 348,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Afforestation

The Project
This project aims to convert an area of appr. 24,000 ha of barren land into natural forest by planting native tree species. It will thereby contribute to restoring natural carbon sinks…. >>

Project details >>