KLIMANEUTRALE VERANSTALTUNG

Drescher & Cie AG unterstützt folgende UN Ziele für nachhaltige Entwicklung:

Armut beenden Bildung für alle Gleichstellung der Geschlechter Wasser und Sanitärversorgung für alle Nachhaltige und moderne Energie für alle Nachhaltiges Wirtschaftswachstum und menschenwürdige Arbeit für alle Widerstandsfähige Infrastruktur und nachhaltige Industrialisierung Bekämpfung des Klimawandels und seiner Auswirkungen

Drescher & Cie AG

SUSTAINABILITY CONGRESS 2019 Bonn

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Teilnehmer-ID: DE-2163-0905
Gültig bis: 05.09.2019

Diese Urkunde garantiert, dass die ausgewiesene Menge 16 Tonnen CO2 in nach Gold Standard geprüften internationalen Klimaschutzprojekten kompensiert wurde.

Drescher & Cie AG hat für „SUSTAINABILITY CONGRESS 2019 Bonn“ 16 Tonnen CO2 Anteile (Zertifikate) aus Klimaschutzprojekten erworben und trägt damit sichtbar zur Realisierung dieser Projekte bei. Damit wird sichergestellt, dass die eigenen CO2 Emissionen für „SUSTAINABILITY CONGRESS 2019 Bonn“ kompensiert und der Anstieg der Erderwärmung gedrosselt wird.

Die Klimaschutzprojekte wurden zertifiziert und die Ausgabe und Stilllegung der Zertifikate wird transparent registriert.

Drescher & Cie AG nimmt damit am freiwilligen Emissionshandel teil und leistet mit der Verringerung des Treibhausgases einen Beitrag für eine lebenswerte Umwelt. Der Inhaber dieses Zertifikats engagiert sich nachhaltig in den Bemühungen gegen die globale Klimaerwärmung.

Dipl.-Ing. Frank Huschka

 

Drescher & Cie AG unterstützt folgende Klimaschutzprojekte:

Solar Thermal Power Plant by Godawari 50MW

India

Description of the project
Godawari Green Energy Limited is implementing a new 50 MW large-scale grid connected solar thermal power project (“Project activity”) in Jaisalmer district, Rajasthan, India. Project activity comprises of state-of-the-art, environment friendly, solar thermal power generation using parabolic trough technology. Project activity comes under the purview of large-scale, solar thermal power technology based project to be implemented in India.

Electricity generated from the project activity will be sent to the Combined Regional grid of India. As a result of commissioning, the gross electricity generation in the project activity is 130,263 MWh/year and the auxiliary electricity consumption in the project activity is 11,397MWh/year. Accordingly this project activity is expected to supply 118,866 MWh net electricity to the grid per year and abates 1,131,600 tonnes of Carbon Dioxide emissions during the crediting period.

Contribution to the Sustainable Development
The project proponent commits 2% of CERs equivalent towards the welfare of local community leading to sustainable development. Contribution of project activities to the sustainable development is discussed below.

Social well-being
a) Project activity would create employment opportunities during construction and operation stages. Such opportunities lead to higher income levels leading to removal of social disparities prevalent in Jaisalmer district in Rajasthan.
b) As the project activity is located in rural areas of combined regional grid, project activity would help in improvement of necessary basic infrastructure, such as roads.

Economic well-being
a)  The project activity would promote the application of solar energy based power generation investment which is a significant investment in a green field project in the region.
b)  Encourage investors to make similar investments in promoting renewable power generation technologies.

Environmental well-being
a)  Project activity has no negative environmental impact as relies on natural solar radiation for power generation technology.
b)  Energy generated by the project activity leads to reduced emission intensity in Combined regional grid which otherwise would have generated from fossil fuel.

Technological well-being
a)  Technology to be used in the project activity would be robust, State-of-the-Art, first-of- its-kind thermal solar power generation technology.
b)  Project activity promotes environmentally safe and sound technology.


Category          Standard           
Carbon       |      Gold Standard 

Gyapa Cookstoves Project

Ghana

Nearly 3 billion people in the developing world cook food and heat their homes with traditional cookstoves or open fires. The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 estimates that 4 million premature deaths occur every year due to smoke exposure from these methods. In fact, this is the fifth worst risk factor for disease in developing countries and women and children are the most affected.

Contribution to the Sustainable Development

Social well-being
This project introduces the GYAPA, an insulated and efficient cookstove, to families in Ghana. The Gyapa stove cooks food more quickly, requires 50-60% less fuel and is less smoky. As such it not only cuts carbon emissions, but also improves health by reducing exposure to toxic fumes.

Environmental well-being
Cutting fuel requirements saves families money and importantly, protects Ghana’s dwindling forests – Ghana has one of the highest deforestation rates in Africa.

Economic well-being
The project also creates jobs and develops skills. The liners are made by a small group of accredited local ceramicists who have received specialist training. The metal claddings are made by a further group of accredited manufacturers. The project provides training and quality control services and supports marketing and distribution of the stoves through a wide network of nationwide retailers.

Category          Standard           
Carbon       |      Gold Standard