Climate change is the greatest challenge humans are facing. All our activities are affected by the climate around us. Although we can grow and harvest crops in synthetically controlled rooms as humans, such technologies are so expensive that most of the population of the planet is prone to be affected by climatic changes.
If we don't act today we will be unable to secure the future of our children. Visit our projects pages to see how you can contribute.
Ekobil Environmental Services and Consultancy Ltd. (Ekobil) is based in Ankara, Turkey to provide tailored solutions to customers since 1999. With more than a decade of hands on experience in the environmental consultancy business, Ekobil is now developing premium quality carbon projects and helping their customers differentiate their projects within many similar voluntary emission reduction projects. Ekobil is also helping their customers improve the sustainability aspects of their business, so that they get adapted to the new world trends.
Since July 2011 Ekobil is serving renewable energy sector in the development of their carbon projects in compliance with Verified Carbon Standard Plus Social Carbon Standard, and Gold Standard.
Carbon Asset Development
We can develop your Joint Implementation, CDM or Voluntary Emission Reduction Projects in the best relevant and valueable standard. Ekobil is one of the most experienced carbon project developers in VCS+ Social Carbon Standard, and in Gold Standard.
We can help you for all the technologies available in the UNFCCC's CDM Methodologies booklet.
If you have a GHG reduction idea that is not covered by the CDM Methodologies we can provide you support to develop a suitable methodology.
Damlapınar Hydroelectric Power Plant
A 16 MW capacity hydroelectic power plant with a weir and a canal that conveys the water to the powerhouse. The project produces roughly 77,500 MWh of green electricity and reduces about 44,900 tons of CO2e per year.
But on top of that the energy canal have improved the land use and the local inhabitants started to develop fruit gardens. Before the project the villagers were using diesel pumps to irrigate their hard to access fruit plantations and they were spending a lot of fuel money to irrigate their plantations. The project helped the villagers access their gardens and access free and continous water.