Sidrap Wind Energy Project 25,000 tonnes CO2e

This time, your contributions are funding the first ever wind farm in Indonesia. With 30 wind turbines reaching a total capacity of 75 MW, it is also the largest wind farm in all of South East Asia. Through this project, we are supporting Indonesia and its island Sulawesi to see beyond fossil fuels and stimulate both the development of the electricity grids and the national politics in a climate-positive direction.   Read more

2019-12-20 • Indonesia • Gold Standard certified • Show on map

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Sidrap Wind Energy Project 25,000 tonnes CO2e

This time, your contributions are funding the first ever wind farm in Indonesia. With 30 wind turbines reaching a total capacity of 75 MW, it is also the largest wind farm in all of South East Asia. Through this project, we are supporting Indonesia and its island Sulawesi to see beyond fossil fuels and stimulate both the development of the electricity grids and the national politics in a climate-positive direction.   Read more

2019-12-20 • Indonesia • Gold Standard certified • Show on map

Belen Wind Power Plant 50,000 tonnes CO2e

Renewable energy has to make up a larger share of the market globally, which is why we are now financing the Belen Wind Project in Turkey. The major purpose of the project activity is providing electricity from renewable sources to the rapidly growing Turkish electricity market.   Read more

2019-12-19 • Turkey • Gold Standard certified • Show on map

Svilosa Biomass Project 50,000 tonnes CO2e

Our most recent offsetting is a biomass project connected to the Svilosa pulp mill in Bulgaria, where the operations have been improved in order to use their waste for biofuels. Through this project, the biomass residues from the pulp production (mainly bark) are combusted in a specially designed biomass boiler to generate thermal energy in the form of water steam. This heat is then used directly in the production of the pulp, and thus the mill avoids buying energy from a nearby coal power plant, which they did before. The capacity of the biomass boiler is 19.732 MW (thermal).   Read more

2019-11-14 • Bulgaria • Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Santa Marta Landfill Gas Recovery 50,000 tonnes CO2e

The project Santa Marta Landfill Gas Capture for Electricity Generation Project is a landfill gas to energy project. The projects involves the collection and utilization of landfill gas for generation of electricity.   Read more

2019-09-24 • Chile • Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Methane Digesters in Guizhou Province 30,000 tonnes CO2e

The project has distributed and installed 18,870 biogas digesters for local households in China. In the digesters, pig manure is treated anaerobically in order to recover biogas. This biogas is then used as thermal energy to replace the coal for cooking and water heating.   Read more

2019-07-25 • China • Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Efficient Cookstoves in Rwanda 20,000 tonnes CO2e

By distributing cookstove technology to communities in Rwanda, this project benefits the environment by significantly reducing CO2 intense fuel consumption. Health conditions inside homes are improved due to the presence of less indoor smoke, and families can spend less time collecting wood fuel and more time with their families.   Read more

2019-05-29 • Rwanda • Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Godawari Green Energy Solar 25,000 tonnes CO2e

Located in northern India, this large-scale, 50 MW-capacity solar thermal power project generates almost 119,000 MWh for India’s Combined Regional Grid, displacing electricity sourced from the burning of fossil fuels to reduce emissions and contribute to regional sustainable development.   Read more

2019-03-17 • India • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Za Hung Hydropower 15,000 tonnes CO2e

Za Hung Hydropower is a small scale hydropower project situated at the A Vuong River in the Quang Nam province, in the South Central region of Vietnam. With an electricity generation of 114,079 MWh per year, the plant contributes to bridging the supply-demand gap in the region and improves the livelihoods of local communities where minority ethnic groups live.   Read more

2018-12-18 • Vietnam • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Banga biogas 15,000 tonnes CO2e

The Bangna Starch Wastewater Treatment and Biogas Utilization Project takes care of harmful and odorous methane emissions from wastewater. The methane have been cleverly repurposed to generate biogas energy at a Cassava starch plant in the Kalasin Province. This has greatly improved the air quality in the area, and created new training and job opportunities for local workers.   Read more

2018-12-17 • Thailand • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Nanyang Danjiang River Solar Cookers 15,000 tonnes CO2e

The Nanyang Solar Project improves the indoor hygiene and living conditions of 48,000 rural households in one of the poorest regions in China. By replacing traditional coal-fired cooking stoves with clean solar cookers – CO2-emissions are reduced and the quality of life of 48,000 rural household are improved.   Read more

2018-12-13 • China • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Wind Farm in Karnataka 15,000 tonnes CO2e

The Enercon Wind Farm (Hindustan) Ltd project installs and manages wind turbines with a total effect of 68,8 MW in Karnataka, India. The climate benefit comes from replacing fossil intense energy (73.46 % of all energy in India comes from fossil fuels) with the renewable energy from the wind turbines.   Read more

2018-11-27 • India • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Godawari Green Energy Solar 10,000 tonnes CO2e

Located in northern India, this large-scale, 50 MW-capacity solar thermal power project generates almost 119,000 MWh for India’s Combined Regional Grid, displacing electricity sourced from the burning of fossil fuels to reduce emissions and contribute to regional sustainable development.   Read more

2018-10-17 • India • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Za Hung Hydropower 6,000 tonnes CO2e

The Za Hung Hydropower project is a small scale hydropower project situated at the A Vuong River in the Quang Nam province, in the South Central region of Vietnam. With an electricity generation of 114,079 MWh per year, the plant contributes to bridging the supply-demand gap in the region and improves the livelihoods of local communities where minority ethnic groups live.   Read more

2018-08-21 • Vietnam • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Landfill Gas to Electricity Project 4,000 tonnes CO2e

The project is a landfill gas to electricity project, which means that the project extracts and captures gas from a landfill site and converts it to electricity. The electricity is used in Thailand which has an otherwise a very coal, oil and natural gas intense electricity grid – with about 12% renewables –and is planning to increase the amount of electricity coming from coal plats, which makes this project have an extra large impact.   Read more

2018-06-11 • Thailand • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Nanyang Danjiang River Solar Cookers 4,000 tonnes CO2e

The Nanyang Solar Project improves the indoor hygiene and living conditions of 50.000 rural households in one of the poorest regions in China. By replacing traditional coal-fired cooking stoves with clean solar cookers – CO2-emissions are reduced and the quality of life of 50.000 rural household are improved.   Read more

2018-03-15 • China • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Solar Power Company 94 MW Solar PV Project 1,000 tonnes CO2e

The Thailand national electricity grid provides electricity to households across Thailand. Over 90% of electricity consumed in Thailand’s grid is supplied by fossil fuel fired power plants which emit carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Solar Power Company Limited has constructed a solar photovoltaic plant that supplies clean renewable electricity to the Thailand grid.   Read more

2018-01-18 • Thailand • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Dak Pone Hydro Power 1,000 tonnes CO2e

By providing the surrounding community with reliable and sustainable energy, the Dak Pone Hydro project displaces diesel generators and wood-fired heating and lighting, which leads to better indoor/outdoor air quality and reduces respiratory and eye diseases. Sustainable development is also supported through the construction of irrigation canals, bridges, roads and a local school.   Read more

2017-09-10 • Vietnam • CDM & Gold Standard certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Ullunkal Hydro Power Project and more 300 tonnes CO2e

We have now made another investment with the help of our users, this time in the Ullunkal Hydro Power Project (100 tonnes CO2 – CDM-standard), Inner Mongolia Yihewusu Wind Power (100 tonnes CO2 – CDM-standard) and Salto Pilao Hydropower Plan (100 tonnes CO2 – VCS-standard) with the help from our our friends behind the Carbon Story plattform.   Read more

2017-07-23 • India • CDM certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Renewable energy generation project 75 tonnes CO2e

The investment was made in a biomass project.   Read more

2017-07-20 • India • CDM certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Solar Project in Gujarat 400 tonnes CO2e

Grid interactive Solar PV Power Project of 25 MW Capacity in the state of Gujarat.   Read more

2017-06-25 • India • CDM certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Wind power project in Tamilnadu 90 tonnes CO2e

The total capacity of this project is 4.35 MW generated from four wind mills. By using this kind of renewable energy instead of fossil fuel generated energy, climate change hopefully will slow down somewhat.   Read more

2017-06-11 • India • CDM certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Trang Palm Oil Wastewater Treatment Project in Trang Province 50 tonnes CO2e

We have now made our third community climate offset, this time in Trang Palm Oil Wastewater Treatment Project in Trang Province, Thailand.   Read more

2017-05-20 • Thailand • CDM certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Godawari Power Project 42 tonnes CO2e

Now we have made our second community climate offset investment, this time in a project from Godawari Power and Ispat Limited replacing coal with waste heat flue gases.   Read more

2017-05-01 • India • CDM certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

14 MW Wind Power Project in Maharashtra 24 tonnes CO2e

Yay, we have now made our first investment with the help of our first beta-testers! Thank you!

We bought CERs equivalent to 24 tons of CO2 through a wind power project in Maharashtra, India.   Read more

2017-04-20 • India • CDM certified • InvoiceShow on mapShow certificate

Our Climate Projects

GoClimateNeutral selects projects that have been certified by Gold Standard. This means that the projects have undergone careful scrutiny, backed by WWF and other international organisations, so that they have a real impact and contribute to the UN's sustainability goals.

We choose projects of different kinds, to broaden our impact. We look at where the projects are implemented, by whom, when and how. Some projects are cheap and that means we can get many tonnes of CO2 for the money, others are a bit more expensive but then we can help stimulate sustainable development in a specific area. We explain the reasoning behind our choices, and you can look at all the details about the projects on this page and on the Gold Standard website.

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We are 100% transparent about which Gold Standard-certified climate offset projects we invest in, and why.

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