greenhouse gas credits Equipment

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  • Subcategory: Greenhouse Gas ×

  • Keyword: greenhouse gas credits ×

Carbon Sequestration & GHG Credits

by Environmental Energy & Engineering Company     based in Olympia, WASHINGTON (USA)

E3's technologies maximize carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas credits by minimizing carbon and nitrogen greenhouse gas emissions while producing renewable energy.

Greenhouse Gas

by Enverity Corporation     based in Burlingame, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Enverity’s Web-enabled Greenhouse Gas Tracking/Reporting product (ghgTrack) provides an inexpensive way for most entities to successfully store, manage, track and report all their greenhouse gas data. With the development of robust markets for purchasing and selling GHG credits around the globe, as well as existing and future regulatory ...

Carbon Credits, Kyoto-Protocol

by Global Water Engineering (GWE)     based in Bangkok, THAILAND

The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement that provides financial incentives for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from eligible investment projects in the years 2000 until 2012 in countries that have ratified the Protocol under the so-called (Clean Development Mechanism - CDM).

AEMS - Automated Extraction Monitoring System

by LANDTEC North America Inc.     based in Colton, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The AEMS continuously monitors gas sample for methane content allowing verification of Greenhouse gas destruction for Carbon Credits (CERs). Using the latest computer and software technology, the Single Point AEMS is typically installed on a main header line before an engine or flare. It collects a wide range of data from equipment such as flow ...

Model CDM and JI - Kyoto Protocol

by Biothermica Technologies Inc.     based in Montreal, QUEBEC (CANADA)

The Kyoto Protocol strengthens the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change by establishing a framework for the direct implementation of actions reducing GHG emissions. The protocol was adopted in 1997 and entered into force in February 2005 after its ratification by Russia. Countries having ratified the Kyoto Protocol have committed ...

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