NEXITY POLSKA Sp. z o.o. supports the following UN goals for sustainable development:
NEXITY POLSKA Sp. z o.o.
Participant ID: PL-2085-1103
Valid until: 29.12.2023
This certificate guarantees that the reported quantity of 146 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.
NEXITY POLSKA Sp. z o.o. 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.
NEXITY POLSKA Sp. z o.o. 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.
Dipl.-Ing. Frank Huschka
NEXITY POLSKA Sp. z o.o. supporting climate protection projects:
Kariba REDD+ Forest Protection
In recent decades, Zimbabwe has suffered from political and economic turbulence. With limited economic opportunities, desperate communities have delved deeper into the forests, clearing it for subsistence farming and fuelwood. More than a third of Zimbabwe’s majestic forests have been lost. Creating further instability for people with already precarious livelihoods.
The Kariba Project protects almost 785,000 hectares of forests and wildlife on the southern shores of Lake Kariba, near the Zimbabwe-Zambia border. One of the largest registered REDD+ projects by area it connects four national parks and eight safari reserves, forming a giant biodiversity corridor that protects an expansive forest and numerous vulnerable and endangered species – including the African elephant, lion, hippo, lappet-faced vulture and southern ground hornbill. As well as this, the project implements numerous community- focused initiatives detailed below.
Kariba is a community-based project, administered by the four local Rural District Councils (RDCs) of Binga, Nyaminyami, Hurungwe and Mbire. As such, the project supports a range of activities beyond environmental protection, promoting the independence and wellbeing of these communities. Improved clinic amenities provide better healthcare, infrastructure including new roads and boreholes improve daily life, and school subsidies are offered to the poorest quartile of the population. Project activities in conservation agriculture, community gardens, beekeeping training, fire management, and ecotourism create jobs and facilitate sustainable incomes, benefiting the entire region.
So far, the project has trained 233 local people to generate profit from sustainable beekeeping. Community gardens, beekeeping training, fire management and ecotourism create jobs and facilitate sustainable incomes that benefit the entire community.
Carbon | VCS Verified Carbon Standard 902
Musi Hydropower Project
Indonesia's largest island, Sumatra, is covered by dense tropical forest that is home to a variety of plants and animals. The fertile soil is perfect for growing rice and other commodities such as coffee, cocoa, cinnamon and palm sugar. However, economic development opportunities are limited by rudimentary infrastructure and inadequate power supply. Growing energy demand also threatens Sumatra's unique ecosystems.
The run-of-river power plant on the upper reaches of the Musi River on the Indonesian island of Sumatra uses the kinetic energy of flowing water to supply 700,000 people with renewable energy. With its 210 MW of installed capacity, the power plant feeds 765,000 MWh into the public power grid annually.
This project addresses several challenges in rural Sumatra, including weak electricity supply and a lack of skilled jobs, to promote sustainable economic development. The Musi River Hydropower Plant has created good jobs and training opportunities for local residents in a traditionally agricultural region. A share of project profits flows back to the community and has enabled the construction of an orphanage, new roads and bridges, and a marketplace, among other projects.
Carbon | VCS VER 487
Orange Suvaan Solar Photovoltaic Power Project in Maharashtra
M/s Orange SuvaanEnergy Private Limited (OSEPL) is constructing a solar energy project in the village of Mhasaleim district of Dhule, Maharasthra, with a capacity of 100 MW (50 x 2 phases).
The aim of the project activity is to generate electrical energy through the operation of a photovoltaic solar power plant. The total installed capacity of the project activity is 100 MW.
The objective of the Project Activity is the generation of electrical energy using solar energy through the operation of photovoltaic solar panels.
The electricity generated by the project will be exported to the Indian power grid. The Project Activity will therefore displace a corresponding amount of electricity that would otherwise have been generated by the dominant fossil fuel based electricity grid.
Carbon | Gold Standard 5928