VERs Fors Sale
CMS is pleased to be able to offer VERs from the following projects. All of these projects are validated according to the Gold Standard parameter and are of recent vintage. All of these credits are eligible under the CORSIA program.

CMS has stocks of all the projects in its own Gold Standard account and are immediately available to be transferred or retired.

Please contact us for further information about prices and quantities.

Andhra Pradesh Wind Project

This 100 MW wind power plant, supported by Orange Renewable, is located in the district of Anantapur in Andhra Pradesh, India. The project consists of 50 Wind Turbines of 2.0 MW each generating clean electricity. To ensure the best possible outreach to the community, the project has a dedicated site team that works exclusively on engaging local stakeholders. The project adheres to best practices and has conducted an ESIA study in line with the IFC guidelines. The goal behind this project is to generate over 215 GWh of clean energy and positively impact the lives of local communities. (from the Gold Standard Site).

The project is fully documented and complies with the rigorous Gold Standard parameters. Documentation available for review includes Project Design Document (PDD), Gold Standard Passport and Validation Report.

 

Bhadia Solar Project, Rajasthan, India

The project activity involves installation and operation of 400 MW solar panels in the state of Rajasthan. The cumulative capacity of the project activity is 400 MW. The electricity generated from the project activity will be exported to regional Grid.

The project is fully documented and complies with the rigorous Gold Standard parameters. Documentation available for review includes Project Design Document (PDD), Gold Standard Passport and Validation Report.

Gujarat Wind Project

Project Description: The 40 MW wind power project is located in the Morbi district of the state of Gujarat in India. The project consists of 20 x 2MW wind turbines produced by Gamesa with an estimated annual power production of 120,538MWh and annual emission reductions of 117,849 tCO2e. The project was initiated in July 2016 and the turbines were commissioned in March 2017.

The project is fully documented and complies with the rigorous Gold Standard parameters. Documentation available for review includes Project Design Document (PDD), Gold Standard Passport and Validation Report.