The world is transitioning to a low carbon economy, adopting renewable energy to limit greenhouse gas emissions, while sustaining investment, development and growth.
What if the cost of carbon emissions was paid at the source, where choices about fuel use are made? How would that change the incentive structure underpinning our global reliance on fossil fuels? CPLC comprises global countries and corporations
A web accessible global knowledge base of reports, research, algorithms, emissions factors and projects spells out the benefits of sharing information to establish a global price for carbon emissions reduction across borders, cultures, and organisation boundaries.
Accurate carbon emissions metrics on the production of electricity from renewable energy can take advantage of cloud computing technology. Microgrid energy data can deliver supply and demand efficiencies for energy generation as well as carbon offset credits.
Carbon emissions reduction analytics can provide the basis for government, NGO and public near real-time reporting on efforts to reduce global warming. Application of algorithms and emissions factors can determine the rules for carbon pricing