From Ideation to Execution: SCOPING EXERCISE

Find potential carbon project opportunities.

The Scoping Exercise is a pre-feasibility analysis that assesses
the applicability and environmental or financial potential
of various carbon projects.
 The Scoping Exercise consists of assessing the possibility of developing, implementing, and issuing credits from several projects located in its value chain.

Why should you scope for carbon projects?

Decision support service

Identifies high-potential carbon projects and allows resources to be managed efficiently.

Improve your business profitability

The carbon credits generated by the insetting projects can either contribute to the climate strategy of the company or create an additional revenue stream.

Higher productivity

Insetting projects imply a close collaboration with your suppliers based on trust and transparency. It can translate to improved management and movement of resources.

Steps to follow during the Scoping Exercise process

If your company is looking to develop a project, the first step is to conduct a scoping exercise to understand the feasibility of the project. This service is developed in the following steps:

1. Data collection

We will collect information about your organization, such as a description of your activities, the company structure and organization chart, the upstream and downstream supply chain, and the carbon footprint of the company or project.

2. Identification

Documentary analysis to identify the activities and initiatives that might be susceptible of generating carbon credits​ in the company’s supply chain.

3. Standards

Assessment of the most suitable crediting mechanisms, including high-level suitability opinion of national and international technical and regulatory standards.

4. Analysis and Overlaps

Analysis of the company’s operations and potential emission reduction activities, under the voluntary carbon market (VCM).

5. Methodologies

Analysis and review of the eligibility of project activities to concrete VCM methodologies​​.

6. Impact and financial feasibility

High-level assessment of potential results in emission reductions from each activity and financial costs for the carbon project component​.

7. Conclusions

Deliver the results of the scoping exercise to the Executive Board of the company and discuss the next steps of project development

Do you want to develop an emission reduction project? Get in touch with us to assess its applicability and environmental or financial potential.