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  • Dubai CFL Project

    Location : Dubai
    Sectoral Scope : Energy Demand
    Emission Reduction Potential : 23,686 metric tCO2e per annum
    UNFCCC Reference Number : 6316
  • 10MW Photovoltaic Plan in Dubai

    Location : Dubai
    Sectoral Scope : Energy Industries
    Emission Reduction Potential : 12,765 metric tCO2e per annum
    UNFCCC Reference Number : 6964
  • Regenerative Burners for Melting Furnaces

    Location : Dubai
    Sectoral Scope : Manufacturing Industries
    Emission Reduction Potential : 9,762 metric tCO2e per annum
    UNFCCC Reference Number : 7270
  • UCC RAK Waste Heat Recovery

    Location : Dubai
    Sectoral Scope : Energy Industries and Manufacturing Industries
    Emission Reduction Potential : 59,361 metric tCO2e per annum
    UNFCCC Reference Number : 7384
  • DEWA Chiller Station L

    Location : Dubai
    Sectoral Scope : Energy Industries
    Emission Reduction Potential : 26,800 metric tCO2e per annum
    UNFCCC Reference Number : 7260
Dubai Carbon has an extensive track record in GHG inventories, compiling a list of GHGs & corresponding emissions on an annual basis. At the Dubai level, this practice started with the calculation of the baseline year 2011 as part of an initiative owned by the Dubai Supreme council of Energy (DSCE). The Emirate level GHG Inventory in Dubai grew to a country level annual project in partnership with the UAE Ministry of Energy. Dubai Carbon provides consultancy & advisory services to other federal entities to develop national-level GHG inventories & assist with related strategies. Our activities within this regard have expanded, & in collaboration with UNEP, Dubai Carbon is now supporting Oman & Kuwait in developing their own national Inventory Systems based on our experience in the UAE.
  • GHG Emission Factor per capita: 24.16 tCO2e/capita, of which energy emissions per
    capita is 20.29 tCO2e/capita
  • GHG Emission Factor per capita: 24.16 tCO2e/capita, of which energy emissions per
    capita is 20.29 tCO2e/capita
  • GHG Emission Factor per capita: 24.16 tCO2e/capita, of which energy emissions per
    capita is 20.29 tCO2e/capita
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Dubai Carbon's advisory work covers a number of different activities
including identifying ways of improving operational efficiency within
entities and establishing green strategies linked to existing corporate
strategies
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In preparation of a world class sustainability programme for Dubai Expo 2020, Dubai Carbon was commissioned to
analyze, benchmark and issue recommendations on sustainability and carbon management
Carbon Abatement & Resource Efficiency Strategies are Dubai Carbon's bread and butter. In line with the Green Economy for Sustainable Development initiative, Dubai Carbon provides an extensive analysis of company's resource consumption patterns and carbon emissions. Dubai Carbon developed an Emission Reduction Programme (ERP) that complements entities investment strategy and aims at reducing operating costs. Dubai Carbon conducted an ERP for DEWA, and the project covered all DEWA activities, including power and water generation, transmission and distribution of electricity and water demand side management and commercial offices, fleets and so on. Other entities such as Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA), Emirates Transport, Du, and Dubai Police have commissioned similar activities and now run more efficiently. This data-centric approach leverages the key internal data of any organization and provides measurable economic indicators and benchmarks to identify how green innovation can be implemented and when.
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As a result of the Paris Agreement, the successor to the Kyoto Protocol has placed great emphasis on the role of the private sector and the asset called 'Carbon Credits'. Market Based Mechanisms (MBMs) are being consolidated globally to capture the economic value of environmental efficiencies and provide financial benefits against the cheaper and less efficient products and services. Using a better than average process or technology often allows a company to generate tradable carbon credits that generate an additional revenue stream and optimize the investment decisions. An eligible project activity might involve, for example, an electrification project using solar panels, the installation of more energy-efficient boilers, the use of hybrid vehicles or bio-fuels to name a few. Before implementation of a carbon abatement project, the GHG emission baseline is calculated, and after implementation of the technology the GHG emission reductions can be calculated by internationally recognized methods.