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San Clemente Hydroelectric Power Plant

From USD 5.00 Available tonnes: 2,962
San Clemente is a run of the river hydroelectric power plant of 5.5 MW of installed capacity, located in Maule Region, Chile. It supplies the electricity demand of over 4,000 people. The project developer, Colbún S.A., works closely with the neighboring communities to create shared value, promoting education and transferri…

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Chacayes Hydroelectric Project, Chile

From USD 2.60 Available tonnes: 194
Chacayes run of river hydro project is a 111 MW power plant located in the Cachapoal Valley of Chile. Operating since 2011, it has played an important role meeting country’s increasing demand of electricity, reducing CO2 emissions and contributing to the economic growth and sustainable development of local communities.

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Wind Power Project by RKLPL (EKIESL-CDM.September -11-…

From USD 2.00 Available tonnes: 8
The main purpose of the project activity is to generate electrical energy through sustainable means using wind power resources, so that the generated output is sold to the State Electricity Board.

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SHPs Albano Machado and Rio dos Índios CDM Project (JU…

From USD 100.00 Available tonnes: 1
The project activity consists in 2 renewable energy generation being: Albano Machado with 3.06 MW of installed power and Rio dos Índios with 8.10 MW of installed Power both Small Hydro Power Plants (SHP`s); located in Trindade do Sul and Nonoai cities in Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil.

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2.5 MW Rice husk based cogeneration plant at Hanuman A…

From USD 2.00 Available tonnes: 36,089
Hanuman Agro Industries Limited (HAIL) is a public limited company, incorporated in 1994 with the main objectives of carrying out business activities in the field of Paper & Power Generation using conventional or non-conventional fuel.

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6 MW Renewable energy generation project by Varam Powe…

From USD 3.00 Available tonnes: 18,397
Varam Power Projects (P) Ltd is a 6 MW independent biomass based power plant at Chilakapalem Village, Andhra Pradesh, India. It uses agricultural residues, like rice husk, sugarcane bagasse or corn cob, as fuel to generate electricity for the state grid.