My intervention is divided into three phases :

- Origin of the project: its logistics, its legal and financial set-up
- Validation/certification of carbon credits: validation by an international NGO based on an approved methodology followed by monitoring and verification
- Placement of Carbon Credits: forward presale (futures) of Carbon Credits

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The Voluntary Carbon Market and VER Projects (Verified Emission Reduction)

Since the Paris Agreement, “carbon neutrality” has become, over time, an absolute imperative for nations, citizens and businesses.

Carbon neutrality is based on two pillars :

-« Decarbonization » : i.e. the maximum reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
- « Compensation » for irreducible emissions, by sequestration or reduction of emissions potentially induced by the effect of economic activity.

The compensation is, in fact, the emission of carbon credits within the framework of the Voluntary Carbon Market, the MCV.

The VMC derives from the civil society initiative but has been structured in its current configuration by the practice of the carbon projects of the Kyoto Protocol.

- In 1989, the American company AES Corp decided to finance an agro-forestry project in Guatemala to offset the emissions from its new power plant in Connecticut. The idea of voluntary offsetting was born.
- The Kyoto Protocol takes up the idea of a carbon sequestration or avoidance project by giving it rules: it is the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)

Thus, unlike so-called “Cap and Trade” regulated markets, the MCV is based on the development of Projects. To a certain extent, the two markets can communicate (Linking).

MVC tripled in volume and value last year, reaching 1 billion dollars.
It will experience, in the years to come, an exponential growth, some experts put forward the figure of fifty billion US dollars.


Once conditions are established that demonstrate the possibility of sequestering greenhouse gases or reducing them, the door is open to the validation and development of VER projects. It is, however, a complex and multidisciplinary undertaking. My role can be twofold. Assist SMEs that do not necessarily have the necessary human resources and federate companies that need to form alliances.

Cas clients

Democratic Republic of Congo

Jatropha curcas Cultivation
The proposed project was aimed at allowing the establishment of 187 Jatropha curcas plantations covering an area of 14 000 hectares of mostly degraded soils. The project has a dual purpose: sequestration of carbon dioxide (CO2) by the cultivation of Jatropha curcas and production of biofuel.


Hanyang Municipal Solid Waste Incineration for Energy Generation Project
The project involved the controlled incineration of municipal solid waste and recovery for power generation.

South Africa

High Mast utilized for Public Lighting Energy Saving
The project would reduce consumption of coal derived kWh for municipal electricity purposes i.e., High Mast lightning used for public lighting purposes.

The voluntary carbon market in 11 steps

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