The CDM Gold Standard is the strongest existing standard for climate protection projects. At least 90 % of atmosfair’s CO₂ savings follow this standard. The remaining savings are certified according to the Gold Standard microscale due to the smaller size of the projects.

Kenia: Biogas from cow dung

Status: operation (Phase III) Farmers around Nairobi are using cow dung to generate biogas ...

India: Biogas from cow dung

Status: operation (Phase III) Small biogas plants generate biogas from cow dung for cooking reasons ...

Nepal: Biogas plants for household energy

Status: operation (Phase III) Households in Nepal using excrements to generate energy.

Honduras: Small hydropower plant

Status: operation(Phase III) A small sustainable hydro power plant generates energy for the villages around ....

Nicaragua: Clean electricity from wind power

Status: Operation (Phase III) Wind farm of 39.9 MW produces clean electricity at Lake Nicaragua...

India: efficient wood gas stoves

Status: operation(Phase III) Mangrove forest and climate protection through usage of gas wood stoves ....

South Africa: Kuyasa low-cost urban housing energy upgrade project

Status: operation(Phase III) Process of certification on hold

Rwanda: Efficient cookstoves

Status: Operation (Phase III) The use of efficient fuel wood stoves in Kigali saves up to 80% of charcoal and wood…

India: Electricity from croop residues

Status: operation(Phase III) Two biomass plants are delievered by thousand small farmers with crop residues ...

Lesotho: Efficient Cookstoves

Status: Operation (Phase III) Efficient fuel wood stoves result in less felled timber, halted erosion, and a reduced health risk…

Nigeria: Efficient cookstoves

Efficient fuel wood stoves save up to 80% of energy and lowering the fuel wood consumption …