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What are Carbon Assets？
Carbon assets are credits verified by the government or international regulatory body. They represent a removal or avoidance of greenhouse gas emissions.
Carbon assets can be traded in both compliance and voluntary carbon markets.
Where are Carbon Assets traded?
Compliance Carbon Markets
Quotas imposed on certain industries, used by countries or companies to respond to commitments made under international agreements.
Voluntary Carbon Markets
Non-mandatory carbon offsetting mainly used to meet sustainability goals or to demonstrate decarbonization commitments.
What are the different Carbon Standards?
Established under international treaties like the Kyoto Protocol and Paris Agreement.
Such mechanisms include Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), Joint Implementation (JI), and the Sustainable Development Mechanism (SDM) which is currently under construction.
Domestic or Regional
Carbon credit standards set by countries or regions, such as the China Certified Emissions Reduction (CCER) or the California Compliance Offset Program.
These mechanisms only apply to specific jurisdictions.
Standards managed by non-governmental entities.
Currently, the larger ones are Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) and the Gold Standard (GS) for voluntary carbon offset.
How MioTech helps
End-to-end bespoke services,
from carbon credit development,
to platform integration and deployment.
Carbon Credit Development
Carbon Offsetting, Trading & Certification
Carbon Credit Assessment & Rating
EEIO-based Financial Emission Calculation
API for Consumer Emission Calculation & Offset
Emission reduction project owner
To obtain carbon credits for emission reduction projects and activities
Gain additional climate value benefits and income
Renewable Energy Generation
Methane Avoidance, Recovery, and Utilization
Agriculture, Forestry and other Land Use
Energy Efficiency Improvement
Trading & Certification
Companies with voluntary decarbonization commitments
Companies under mandatory emission quotas
Investors with climate ambitions
To achieve net zero or emission reduction targets
Comply with regulation (if mandated)
Assessment & Rating
Companies and investors involved in carbon credit trading
Select high-quality carbon credits to reduce dishonesty risks
Provide pricing basis to drive the standardization and transparency of carbon credit pricing
Provide reference for credit-based financing, loans and other businesses
Financial Institutions: Commercial Bank, PE, Mutual Fund, Insurance
Calculate investments emissions (Scope 3 Category 15) for financial institutions
Compliant with PCAF requirements
Calculate upstream supply chain emissions (Scope 3 Category 1-8) for large corporates
China-specific emission intensity database
Data Reliability, Integrity and Coverage
Authoritative EEIO Algorithms with official data source from the National Bureau of Statistics. Analysis covers all 153 industries in GDP calculation
Total analysis, intensity analysis and emission reduction analysis
Diverse Application Scenarios
Value chain emissions, product carbon footprint, financed emissions, etc
API for Consumer Emission
Calculation & Offset
FMCG, payment platform, online trading platforms, consumer durables sector, hotel and tourism sector, transportation sector
Help brands and platforms evaluate their consumption-based carbon footprint
Promote voluntary carbon offset among consumers
Low-cost plug & play API for emission calculation & offsetting
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