The production of renewable electricity is certified by Energy Attribute Certificates (EACs). These are the accepted legal instrument through which claims of renewable energy generation and consumption are substantiated in the global renewable energy market. There are different types of EAC for different regions of the world, and they are all in compliance with the quality criteria set by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol in the latest Scope 2 guidance document.
Making education more accessible and inclusive across 11 schools in Gulmi, Nepal through solar-powered water pumps.
This project, which focuses on the Verbo School in Bluefields, Nicaragua, is part of the “Climate Smart Schools” initiative, which seeks to reduce energy poverty and contribute to climate resilience through the introduction of renewable energies.
The project “Solar power for the Cherkasy third emergency hospital (Ukraine)” is part of the Solar Aid for Ukraine initiative. The solar panels will not only provide renewable and sustainable energy to an emergency hospital in the Ukrainian city of Cherkasy, but they will also result in significant savings for the hospital.