Project Development Facilitation

TLR Energy seeks to facilitate the stages of your Project Development

  • Initial assessment
  • Project documentation development
  • Carbon Financing
  • VER (Verified Emissions Reductions) quantification
  • Assistance with monitoring and verification
  • VER purchase contracts

TLR Energy's focus is on Renewable Energy, Biomass utilization, and Industrial Energy Efficiency; in development are Agricultural Methane Destruction, Landfill Gas Capture, Coal Mine Methane, and Industrial Gases.

A practical and responsible response to developing a climate change strategy is to analyze the carbon footprint of your organization in order to plan to reduce your company impact. The challenge for business is to present a clear and accurate picture of what is being calculated and how it can be reduced, communicate these measurements transparently and fully support their claims of environmental improvement. The actions should result in an enduring reduction in emissions and hopefully can generate credits with a monetary value per tonne of CO2.

DEFINING SCOPE - During an initial project assessment, due diligence is required from a technical, financial, social and environmental perspective. There must be an evaluation of the project in order to provide a preliminary estimate of potential VER quantity and quality. Project preparation includes the gathering of data and emission factors, outlining a monitoring plan and formatting the project documentation. A complete baseline study is needed to ensure a rigorous and provable assessment of the emissions reductions generated by the project. A detailed monitoring plan is needed to provide confidence in the permanence of the project, then the regulation process is facilitated before the verification process by a third party verifier. Lastly is the Commercialization of the project, where the transacting of the credits take place; this can offer long term contracts for the purchase of VERs in order to mitigate exposure to market risk.

- A company needs to take responsibility for emissions under their day to day operational control, which may include emissions that occur outside the organization's own facilities (electricity demand, suppliers, transportation, distribution, business travel, sales and marketing, etc.).

- By identifying areas for emission reductions, cost savings will follow and it will raise awareness and encourage action. A company’s actions will demonstrate commitment to tackling the causes of climate change. The company plan will highlight opportunities for efficiency improvements, product developments, alternatives, and new ways of accomplishing tasks, improving image and developing business opportunities.




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