emissions trading

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emissions trading

n (St Ex) → Emissionshandel m
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ENERGY RESOURCE-25 July 2007-GE AES Greenhouse Gas Services Announces 'Rigorous' Standard for New Greenhouse Gas Credit Program(C)2007 JeraOne - http://www.
Environmental Defense Fund received $960,000 to create the first large scale pilot project generating greenhouse gas credits from nutrient management practices on corn and almond farms.
After the Kyoto Protocol sanctioned greenhouse gas (GHG) offsets as a way for governments and private companies to earn greenhouse gas credits for trading, offsetting became a key part of major emission trading schemes, such as the European Union Emission Trading Scheme.
Pollution reductions achieved by the Bion system at Evergreen Farm have the potential to generate revenues through nutrient trading, greenhouse gas credits and potentially other avenues.
Behind the motivation for Russia to sign the accord is the opportunity to sell greenhouse gas credits to other nations bound by the accord.
Greenhouse gas credits have proven a popular purchase for educational institutions.
Because NGVs provide a significant greenhouse gas benefit, the rules provide added greenhouse gas credits to manufacturers for producing dedicated (natural gas-only) and bi-fuel NGVs.
If The Successful Offeror Is Not Interested In The Greenhouse Gas Credits They Will Cooperate With The County So The County May Pursue Them.
The company's renewable natural gas facilities can also generate significant quantities of marketable greenhouse gas credits.
law that even so much as defines greenhouse gas credits.
After voluntarily installing controls at its landfill and gaining recognition of its greenhouse gas reduction credits, FRSWC has completed initial sales of its newly minted greenhouse gas credits.
NEW YORK -- GE AES Greenhouse Gas Services, a joint venture between GE Energy Financial Services, a unit of GE (NYSE: GE), and The AES Corporation, announced today a rigorous and comprehensive standard for the creation and sale of its greenhouse gas credits in the United States.
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