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Certified Emission Reduction
A CER is a certificate which is issued every time the United Nations prevents one tonne of CO2 equivalent being emitted through carbon projects registered with the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). CDM Projects include for example replacing coal or fossil fuel fired electricity with clean technology, or methane capture from landfill sites.
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One Certified Emission Reduction (CER) equates to an emission reduction of one tonne of COequivalent. Holders of CERs are entitled to use them to offset their own carbon emissions as one way of achieving their Kyoto or European Union emission reduction target, or resell them on the market at the prevailing rate.

CERs have emerged as a strong carbon currency accepted in most existing and emerging national and regional emissions trading schemes.

CER prices are increasingly important in the EU and global carbon markets. CERs can be substituted for European Union Allowances (EUAs) by European emitters to meet obligations under the EU ETS.


heat-down-aTurn down the heat, turn up the savings
Simply by decreasing the temperature on your heating by just one degree can bring down your heating costs by 8%.
heat-down-bUse low energy lighting
Change standard light bulbs for low energy light bulbs. They provide the same amount of light, but use only 20% of the electricity and last up to 15 times longer.
heat-down-cGet switched on to switching off
Make sure where possible, all PCs, machines, equipment, lighting and air-conditioning units are switched off overnight.

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