RECs/CERs projects

I-REC participant

As an I-REC participants, we offer comprehensive support to help your organization navigate the complex process of I-REC (International Renewable Energy Certificate) registration. Our team of experts is dedicated to ensuring your compliance with international standards and facilitating the procurement and trading of renewable energy certificates.
International Renewable Energy Certificate (I-REC) is a type of Energy Attribute Certificate (EAC) used to verify the amount of electricity generated from renewable energy sources.
Over 95% of internationally traded RECs are I-RECs.


Having I-REC helps businesses demonstrate their commitments to ESG practices and sustainable development, attracting investors and enhancing competitiveness in the market.

Environmental benefits

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting sustainability.

Market benefits

Improving brand reputation and enhancing market competitiveness.

Financial Benefits

Generates additional revenue from buying/selling I-REC.

Global recognition

Recognized internationally, businesses can demonstrate the commitment to comply with national and international regulations and standards related to renewable energy use and carbon emissions.


Customer submits the I-REC registration form.
VP Carbon provides the necessary forms and document requirements for IREC registration.
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    CERs (Certified Emission Reductions)

    CERs (or Carbon credits) are the general term for tradable credits or permits representing 1 ton of carbon dioxide (CO2) or the mass of another greenhouse gas equivalent to 1 ton of CO2 (tCO2e). Trading CO2 emissions or carbon trading on the market is done through credits.


    Real and Measurable

    realized and not just planned, and quantified via an established methodology using conservative assumptions​

    Permanent & not reversed

    this pertains to projects that have reversibility risk such as forestry projects that can be damaged by fire, logging, or disease. Mitigation and mechanism must be developed to compensate for any reversals.​


    would not have been realized if the project had not been carried out, and the project itself would not have been developed without the revenues from the sale of carbon credits​

    Independently verified

    verified by an accredited, independent third party​

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