DEVELOPMENT OF CARBON OFFSET PROJECTS

CERPD is conducting CDM projects through the distribution of greenhouse gas reduction facilities (e.g., Cookstove, Water Purifier System, etc.) in various countries of Africa. After the CERs issuance from UNFCCC, we will convert the CERs as Korean Offset Credits (KOCs) for the usage in K-ETS and trade with credit buyers.

In addition to our K-ETS program, CERPD manages The Hyundai Steel Waste Energy Co-generation Project, the largest industrial Voluntary Carbon Credit project in the world. We also have a global network for trading and/or buying VCUs (Verified Carbon Units) with traders as well as end buyers.

CERPD’s Carbon Offset Project Services:

  • Carbon Credits Project Development
  • Registration & Issuance Process
  • Purchasing and Marketing of Carbon Credits
  • Developing and Managing Financial Models
  • Technical, Financial, and Legal Support as a Consultant
  • Connection to the International Market
  • Portfolio Management and Problem-Solving Techniques
  • Hedging Strategies
  • Commodity Swaps

SUPPLY OF BIOMASS PRODUCTS

CERPD Biomass Products focus on wood pellets for use as fuel for power plants, industrial boilers, and residential stoves.

We have the supply contracts with wood pellet mills in many countries, so we are able to globally source and distribute wood pellets with various ranges of purposes and specifications.

CERPD is active in the following biomass products:

  • Premium Wood Pellets
  • Industrial Wood Pellets
  • Retail Wood Pellets
  • Sawdust
  • Wood Logs

IMPACT INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

CERPD dedicates all of our investments into projects that improve lives and protect the environment!

  • What we Breathe – Household air pollution and its impact on health is a major challenge in low- and middle-income countries, where most people rely on open fires or traditional stoves for cooking and energy purposes. Providing people with cleaner cooking solutions not only presents a clear opportunity to improve health outcomes but also to reduce poverty, deliver climate benefits, and protect the environment.
  • What we Drink – Having access to clean water is a prerequisite for achieving energy and food security as well as human and environmental health. Unfortunately, over 2 billion people lack access to safely managed drinking water services.
  • What we Use – Because people rely on energy for cooking, heating, and lighting, providing universal access to secure, affordable, and modern energy is a cornerstone of economic inclusive growth and poverty reduction.