Climate change consulting
International agreements reached at the Earth Summit in Rio in 1992 and subsequently in Kyoto in 1997 aim to tackle one of the most pressing environmental problems that we face today – climate change.
IT Power works with private companies and local authorities to assess climate change impact and mitigation options. IT Power supports organisations to assess the opportunities offered by the UK and EU Emission Trading schemes, by the Carbon Reduction Commitment and other international and national legislation.
IT Power is also working on numerous Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and joint implementation (JI) projects.
* Preparation for the Carbon Reduction Commitment
* Carbon management programmes
* Carbon footprinting and labelling
* Carbon offsetting options
* Climate change adaptation strategies
* Identification and assessment of CDM/JI investment opportunities
* Baseline assessments
* Development of project design documents
* Independent monitoring
* Least-cost emission reduction strategies
* Assessment of how small-scale projects can be grouped together for support under the CDM
* Cost-benefit analyses of renewable energy investments
* Capacity building and training
* Technical due diligence studies
* Energy audits
* Market development studies
* Project management
* Technical assistance
Please contact us if you require further information on our services.
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