Our Projects

Eneco Carbon desk supports a variety of emission reduction projects around the world. The Carbon Desk only invests in projects after a thorough review and due diligence exercise so as to ensure that only projects that make a genuine contribution to greenhouse gas abatement and visibly improve the livelihoods of surrounding communities, are accepted into our portfolio, so buyers can be assured their offsets are of the highest quality.

Eneco  projects not only reduce global greenhouse emissions, but also tell exciting stories about communities that are benefiting from your purchase of carbon credits. Carbon offsetting allows you to take responsibility for 100% of your emissions today, by working alongside internal abatement efforts, whereby any emissions that cannot be reduced internally, can be compensated for with high quality carbon credits. 

PNG REDD+ Project PNG REDD+ Project

PNG REDD+ Project

Papua New Guinea this fascinating land boasts more than 800 indigenous languages and is home to unique tropical ecosystems and biodiversity.

Vietnam Household Biogas Vietnam Household Biogas

Vietnam Household Biogas

Turning a problem into a solution can be life changing. For farmers in Vietnam, using waste to generate clean, sustainable energy saves them precious income while improving their family’s health and the environment.

Improved Cooking Stoves Programme in Ghana Improved Cooking Stoves Programme in Ghana

Improved Cooking Stoves Programme in Ghana

Gold Standard-PoA Man and Man Enterprise Improved Cooking Stoves Programme in Ghana, helps local households to reduce their daily energy consumption and thus mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.

Sichuan Rural Poor Household Biogas Programme Sichuan Rural Poor Household Biogas Programme

Sichuan Rural Poor Household Biogas Programme

The CDM and Gold Standard registered Sichuan Rural Poor-Household Biogas PoA will provide clean, convenient and inexpensive biogas to farmers.

Improved Stoves in Mali Improved Stoves in Mali

Improved Stoves in Mali

Katene Kadji a family-run business that manufactures ceramic liners for improved cook stoves. It is a member of “Sewa Kadji” a cooperative of improved stove manufacturers’ cooperative in Bamako, Mai that produces the “Sewa” stove.

Lower Zambezi REDD+ Project Lower Zambezi REDD+ Project

Lower Zambezi REDD+ Project

The project works with community members to improve land-use practices and conserve forests and wildlife. It establishes a reserve of 39,000 hectares of valuable Miombo forest, creating a vital buffer for a trans-frontier wilderness area.