2793

Santana I SHP CDM Project (JUN 1118)

From USD 1.50 Available tonnes: 15,844
The project generates electricity from a renewable source. Unlike large hydroelectric facilities, Sanatana I, a plant with an installed capacity of 14.75 MW, has virtually no environmental impact. This project uses natural resources efficiently and contributes to sustainable development in Brazil.

8474

Maracanã Small Hydropower Project

From USD 1.50 Available tonnes: 31,095
Maracanã is a run of river small hydropower plant with an installed capacity of 10.656 MW, located in Nova Marilândia, Brazil. It reduces an average of 17,183 tCO2 per year. The project activity has several social and environmental programs like providing historical data over soil and water quality of its area of influence…

9925

SHPs Tambaú, das Pedras and Rio do Sapo CDM Project (J…

From USD 1.50 Available tonnes: 8,998
The project's main purpose is to provide renewable electricity power to the National Interconnected System avoiding thermoelectric plants operation that use fossil fuels as energy source.

4229

Project for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions…

From USD 2.50 Available tonnes: 185,620
Hydro projects generate electricity from flowing water. They reduce the need to burn fossil fuels to generate our power. Project benefits: preserving natural resources; promoting renewable energy generation; reducing dependency on non-renewable resources; helping spread green technology worldwide; and improving health.

4800

San Clemente Hydroelectric Power Plant

From USD 5.00 Available tonnes: 4,370
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…

1265

Chile: Quilleco Hydroelectric Project

From USD 5.00 Available tonnes: 19,609
Quilleco is a run-of-river hydroelectric plant with an effective installed capacity of 70 MW, which uses the waters of the Laja River Basin to deliver energy to the National Electrical System equivalent to the consumption of more than 162,000 people.