Renewable Energy Certificate
The Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) or Energy Attribute Certificate (EAC) is a tracking tool acting as a proof of green power generation or consumption, with each certificate representing 1 MWh of green electricity.
Among profitable and non-profitable advocacy organizations for renewable energy, RE100 is best known for boosting the use of renewable energy by businesses and individuals via various forms.
The limits of renewable energy localization bring about numerous types of RECs around the world. To ensure the purchase of RECs from reliable sources, green energy labels serve as a convenient reference to protect customers.
Emission Trade Scheme
To achieve carbon neutrality, governments have introduced emissions trading schemes to encourage businesses to reduce emissions by more than the amount of the credit and sell allowance surplus, which can also be another revenue stream for businesses.
A carbon label reflects the amount of carbon emissions emitted during manufacturing, transporting, distribution, usage and disposal of a consumer product. It helps consumers make informed decisions when purchasing products and encourage enterprises to pro
Carbon Tax covers information of carbon taxes under different systems, providing enterprises with an assessment of carbon costs of establishing branches in countries. As countries that impose carbon taxes increase, understanding how a carbon tax works has