APJ-SLG Carbon Credits & Environment

APJ-SLG Carbon Credits & Environment

APJ-SLG Carbon Credits & Environment

APJ-SLG Carbon Credits & Environment is a one of the carbon leading consulting company, and is an established leader in the energy, engineering, environmental policy consulting, and environmental markets arena. We provide our project developers, investors, and lenders with technical consulting and financial advisory services specializing in the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), and co-develop CDM projects in India, Sri Lanka, Brazil and China. Founded by a team of dynamic entrepreneurs and engineers, our global team includes engineers, scientists, economists and business experts with many years of experience in emissions trading and climate change policy. Our internationally network consists of technical and financial partners located in every major geographic location around the globe.

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F-21 Geetanjali Enclave , New Delhi , Delhi 110017 India
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Business Type:
Engineering service provider
Industry Type:
Climate Change
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
1,000,000 - 10,000,000 €

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Carbon Credit World (CCW) has been active in the climate change market since 2004. The company has built up an outstanding reputation as service provider with a clear and in-depth understanding of the carbon market instruments, the financial arrangements and possible types of transactions. CCW mainly focuses on the development of emission reduction projects.

CCW now manages a considerable portfolio of CDM and VER projects and so far has developed or assisted more than 150 CDM projects - from PDD writing to sales of CERs/VERs and further to support of monitoring and verification of emissions reduction from projects.

CCW provides services to most of the larger corporate actors in the carbon market as well as key international institutions such as the ADB, EC and UNDP in the field of climate change.