Seal Of Approval Carbon-Positive Company

KAURI CAB Group Berlin supports the following UN goals for sustainable development:

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KAURI CAB Group Berlin

Participant ID: DE-2800-1221

Valid until: 06.04.2025

This certificate guarantees that the reported quantity of 195 tons CO2 has been calculated according to Greenhouse Gas Protocol Standard, scopes 1, 2 and 3. The resulting emissions have been saved in Gold Standard and VCS tested climate projects.

KAURI CAB Group Berlin has acquired shares (certificates) in climate protection projects corresponding to the calculated volume of CO2 and therefore plays a transparent part in the realisation of the projects. This ensures that the company compensates for its own CO2 emissions, and thus scales back the rise in global warming.

The projects have been certified, and the issue and closure of the certificates is registered transparently.

KAURI CAB Group Berlin is therefore a voluntary participant in emissions trading, and thus makes a contribution to maintaining a viable environment by reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases. The holder of this certificate makes a sustainable contribution to the commitment to tackle global warming.

Carbon positive: The 65 tons of CO2 identified in the GHG greenhouse gas emissions report were additionally offset with +200% certificates, i.e. three times. This makes the company carbon positive.

Dipl.-Ing. Frank Huschka

KAURI CAB Group Berlin supporting climate protection projects:



The Las Pizarras Project in Peru is a new run-of-river hydroelectric power project located at approx. 1,078 m.a.s.l, on the high basin of the Chancay river, in the district of Sexi, province of Santa Cruz, region of Cajamarca, in Peru.
The total installed capacity of the Project will be of 18 MW, with an electricity generation potential of 103.32 GWh per year. The Project aims to generate renewable electricity by using water from the Chancay river and supply this energy to the National Interconnected Electric Grid (SEIN).The Project will have an expected minimum operating lifetime of 40 years.
 The Project is expected to avoid the emission of 68,132 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e) per year, which will amount to 681,323tCO2e for the first crediting period of 10 years.

Estimated Annual Emission Reductions
68,132 t CO2

Category          Standard           
Carbon       |      VCS 1348

Burn Stoves Project Jikokoa


The BURN Jikokoa Stoves project allows families in rural Kenya to cook food using cleaner, more efficient cook stoves, thereby consuming less charcoal. Communities typically use wood and charcoal to fuel open fires and inefficient cook stoves, creating indoor air pollution, releasing CO2 emissions and creating pressure on local forests. The Burn Stove Project manufactures and distributes the market-leading ‘Jikokoa’ stove locally, employing more than 400 people in sales, manufacturing and distribution – 60% of whom are women.

The stove’s ‘natural draft’ technology reduces fuel consumption by up to 45% and cooking time by up to 50%, saving families up to $300 on fuel a year. In 2015, Burn’s innovative design was recognised by the internationally renowned Ashden sustainability awards.

Category          Standard           
Carbon       |      Gold Standard GS5642

TOYOLA Promoting Improved Cooking practices


The project involves manufacturing and distribution of efficient charcoal cookstoves that would replace the inefficient cookstoves currently being used in the host country of Nigeria. The project will help thousands of families, small and medium commercial entities in Nigeria and will reduce the Green House Gas emissions.

The project activity involves replacement of existing in-efficient cookstoves being used by majority of Nigerian population with highly efficient Toyola Cookstoves.

Over 71% of Nigeria’s population, mainly poor people, cooks with solid fuel in inefficient traditional Cookstoves and open fires resulting in serious indoor air pollution. Due to this, Nigeria records the highest number of indoor air pollution related deaths, averaging 64,000 annually, especially among women and children in poor families (Source: Clean Cooking Alliance). This is why Toyola Cookstoves is primarily target at the majority, the poor part of the population.

The project described here will reduce greenhouse emissions by disseminating fuel-efficient charcoal stoves. The project is based on work by Toyola Energy Limited (TEL) in clean cookstoves space over past 10 years in various parts of Africa. TEL was established in 2003. It is owned and managed by highly educated and trained entrepreneurs. TEL was part of 50 informal metal artisans selected and trained by EnterpriseWorks Worldwide to fabricate the “GYAPA” charcoal efficient cook stoves.

Category          Standard           
Carbon       |      Gold Standard GS7312