GLOBAL EMISSION STANDARD is a certification program that allows holders and developers of climate change mitigation action projects to certify and register their projects.

Sectors

The sectors that are in the scope of GLOBAL EMISSIONS STANDARD certification are those defined by the Kyoto protocol:

  • Energy industries (renewable – / non-renewable sources)
  • Energy distribution
  • Energy demand
  • Manufacturing industries
  • Chemical industry
  • Construction
  • Transport
  • Mining/Mineral production
  • Metal production
  • Fugitive emissions from fuels (solid, oil and gas)
  • Fugitive emissions from production and consumption of halocarbons and sulphur hexafluoride
  • Solvents use
  • Waste handling and disposal
  • Afforestation and reforestation
  • Agriculture
Methodology

These methodologies establish detailed procedures for development removal projects or reduction of GHG emissions, allow developers and project proponents determine their activities, establish baseline scenarios and project, assess additionality and quantify GHG removal or reduction.

REF: AM0004 Grid-connected biomass power generation that avoids uncontrolled burning of biomass — Version 2.0 Descargar

REF: AM0005 Small grid-connected zero-emissions renewable electricity generation — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0007 Analysis of the least-cost fuel option for seasonally-operating biomass cogeneration plants — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0008 Industrial fuel switching from coal and petroleum fuels to natural gas without extension of capacity and lifetime of the facility — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0009 Recovery and utilization of gas from oil fields that would otherwise be flared or vented — Version 7.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0014 Fossil fuel based cogeneration for identified recipient facility(ies) — Version 5.0– Descargar

REF: AM0015 Bagasse-based cogeneration connected to an electricity grid — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0019 Renewable energy projects replacing part of the electricity production of one single fossil fuel fired power plant that stands alone or supplies to a grid, excluding biomass projects — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0024 Baseline methodology for greenhouse gas reductions through waste heat recovery and utilization for power generation at cement plants — Version 2.1 – Descargar

REF: AM0026 Methodology for zero-emissions grid-connected electricity generation from renewable sources in Chile or in countries with merit order based dispatch grid — Version 3.0– Descargar

REF: AM0029 Baseline Methodology for Grid Connected Electricity Generation Plants using Natural Gas — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0032 Methodology for waste gas or waste heat based cogeneration system — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0036 Fuel switch from fossil fuels to biomass residues in heat generation equipment — Version 5.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0042 Grid-connected electricity generation using biomass from newly developed dedicated plantations — Version 2.1 – Descargar

REF: AM0044 Energy efficiency improvement projects – boiler rehabilitation or replacement in industrial and district heating sectors — Version 2.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0044 rid connection of isolated electricity systems — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0048 New cogeneration project activities supplying electricity and heat to multiple customers — Version 5.0– Descargar

REF: AM0049 Methodology for gas based energy generation in an industrial facility — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0052 Increased electricity generation from existing hydropower stations through Decision Support System optimization — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0053 Biogenic methane injection to a natural gas distribution grid — Version 4.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0054 Energy efficiency improvement of a boiler by introducing oil/water emulsion technology — Version 2.0– Descargar

REF: AM0055 Recovery and utilization of waste gas in refinery or gas plant — Version 2.1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0056 Efficiency improvement by boiler replacement or rehabilitation and optional fuel switch in fossil fuel-fired steam boiler systems — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0058 Introduction of a district heating system — Version 5.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0061 Methodology for rehabilitation and/or energy efficiency improvement in existing power plants — Version 2.1 – Descargar

REF: AM0062 Energy efficiency improvements of a power plant through retrofitting turbines — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0064 Capture and utilisation or destruction of mine methane (excluding coal mines) or non mine methane — Version 3.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0072 Fossil Fuel Displacement by Geothermal Resources for Space Heating — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0074 Methodology for new grid connected power plants using permeate gas previously flared and/or vented — Version 3.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0075 Methodology for collection, processing and supply of biogas to end-users for production of heat — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0076 Implementation of fossil fuel trigeneration systems in existing industrial facilities — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0077 Recovery of gas from oil wells that would otherwise be vented or flared and its delivery to specific end-users — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0081 Flare or vent reduction at coke plants through the conversion of their waste gas into dimethyl ether for use as a fuel — Version 1.0– Descargar

REF: AM0084 Installation of cogeneration system supplying electricity and chilled water to new and existing consumers — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0085 Co-firing of biomass residues for electricity generation in grid connected power plants — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0087 Construction of a new natural gas power plant supplying electricity to the grid or a single consumer — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0091 Energy efficiency technologies and fuel switching in new and existing buildings — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0094 Distribution of biomass based stove and/or heater for household or institutional use — Version 2.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0095 Waste gas based combined cycle power plant in a Greenfield iron and steel plant — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0098 Utilization of ammonia-plant off gas for steam generation — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0099 Installation of a new natural gas fired gas turbine to an existing CHP plant — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0100 Integrated Solar Combined Cycle (ISCC) projects — Version 1.0.0– Descargar

REF: AM0102 Greenfield cogeneration facility supplying electricity and steam to a Greenfield Industrial Consumer and exporting excess electricity to a grid and/or project customer(s) — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0103 Renewable energy power generation in isolated grids — Version 3.0– Descargar

REF: AM0104 Interconnection of electricity grids in countries with economic merit order dispatch — Version 2.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0107 New natural gas based cogeneration plant — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0108 Interconnection between electricity systems for energy exchange — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0112 Less carbon intensive power generation through continuous reductive distillation of waste — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0117 Introduction of a new district cooling system — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0002 Grid-connected electricity generation from renewable sources — Version 19.0– Descargar

REF: ACM0003 Partial substitution of fossil fuels in cement or quicklime manufacture — Version 8.0– Descargar

REF: ACM0004 Consolidated methodology for waste gas and/or heat for power generation — Version 2.0– Descargar

REF: ACM0006 Electricity and heat generation from biomass — Version 14.0– Descargar REF: ACM0007 Conversion from single cycle to combined cycle power generation — Version 6.1.0– Descargar

REF: ACM0008 Abatement of methane from coal mines — Version 8.0– Descargar

REF: ACM0009 Fuel switching from coal or petroleum fuel to natural gas — Version 5.0– Descargar

REF: ACM0011 Fuel switching from coal and/or petroleum fuels to natural gas in existing power plants for electricity generation — Version 3.0– Descargar

REF: ACM0012 Waste energy recovery — Version 6.0– Descargar

REF: ACM0013 Construction and operation of new grid connected fossil fuel fired power plants using a less GHG intensive technology — Version 5.0.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0018 Electricity generation from biomass in power-only plants — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0020 Co-firing of biomass residues for heat generation and/or electricity generation in grid connected power plants — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0023 Introduction of an efficiency improvement technology in a boiler — Version 1.0– Descargar

REF: ACM0024 Natural gas substitution by biogenic methane produced from the anaerobic digestion of organic waste — Version 1.0– Descargar

REF: ACM0025 Construction of a new natural gas power plant — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0026 Fossil fuel based cogeneration for identified recipient facility(ies) — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-I.A. Electricity generation by the user — Version 17.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-I.B. Mechanical energy for the user with or without electrical energy — Version 12.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-I.C. Thermal energy production with or without electricity — Version 21.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-I.D. Grid connected renewable electricity generation — Version 18.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-I.E. Switch from non-renewable biomass for thermal applications by the user — Version 9.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-I.F. Renewable electricity generation for captive use and mini-grid — Version 3.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-I.G. Plant oil production and use for energy generation in stationary applications — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-I.I. Biogas/biomass thermal applications for households/small users — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-I.J. Solar water heating systems (SWH) — Version 2.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-I.K. Solar cookers for households — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-I.L. Electrification of rural communities using renewable energy — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-I.M. Solar power for domestic aircraft at-gate operations — Version 1.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-II.B. Supply side energy efficiency improvements – generation — Version 9.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-II.E. Energy efficiency and fuel switching measures for buildings — Version 11.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-II.H. Energy efficiency measures through centralization of utility provisions of an industrial facility — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.I. Efficient utilization of waste energy in industrial facilities — Version 1.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-II.K. Installation of co-generation or tri-generation systems supplying energy to commercial building — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.Q. Energy efficiency and/or energy supply projects in commercial buildings — Version 1.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-III.B. Switching fossil fuels — Version 18.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-III.P. Recovery and utilization of waste gas in refinery facilities — Version 1.0– Descargar

REF: AMS-III.Q. Waste energy recovery — Version 6.1– Descargar

REF: AMS-III.W. Methane capture and destruction in non-hydrocarbon mining activities — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AC. Electricity and/or heat generation using fuel cell — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AE. Energy efficiency and renewable energy measures in new residential buildings — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AG. Switching from high carbon intensive grid electricity to low carbon intensive fossil fuel — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AH. Shift from high carbon-intensive fuel mix ratio to low carbon-intensive fuel mix ratio — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AL. Conversion from single cycle to combined cycle power generation — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AM. Fossil fuel switch in a cogeneration/trigeneration system — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AN. Fossil fuel switch in existing manufacturing industries — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AR. Substituting fossil fuel based lighting with LED/CFL lighting systems — Version 6.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AS. Switch from fossil fuel to biomass in existing manufacturing facilities for non-energy applications — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BI. Flare gas recovery in gas treating facilities — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BJ. Destruction of hazardous waste using plasma technology including energy recovery — Version 1.0 — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BL. Integrated methodology for electrification of communities — Version 1.0 – Descargar
REF: AM0035 SF6 emission reductions in electrical grids — Version 2.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0067 Methodology for installation of energy efficient transformers in a power distribution grid — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0097 Installation of high voltage direct current power transmission line — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0118 Introduction of low resistivity power transmission line — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.A. Supply side energy efficiency improvements – transmission and distribution — Version 10.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.T. Emission reduction through reactive power compensation in power distribution network — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AW. Electrification of rural communities by grid extension — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BB. Electrification of communities through grid extension or construction of new mini-grids — Version 2.0 – Descargar
REF: AM0017 Steam system efficiency improvements by replacing steam traps and returning condensate — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0018 aseline methodology for steam optimization systems — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0020 Baseline methodology for water pumping efficiency improvements — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0046 Distribution of efficient light bulbs to households — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0060 Power saving through replacement by energy efficient chillers — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0070 Manufacturing of energy efficient domestic refrigerators — Version 3.1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0086 Distribution of low greenhouse gas emitting water purification systems for safe drinking water — Version 5.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0091 Energy efficiency technologies and fuel switching in new and existing buildings — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0105 Energy efficiency in data centres through dynamic power management — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0113 Distribution of compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) and light-emitting diode (LED) lamps to households — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0120 Energy-efficient refrigerators and air-conditioners — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.C. Demand-side energy efficiency activities for specific technologies — Version 15.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.E. Energy efficiency and fuel switching measures for buildings — Version 11.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.F. Energy efficiency and fuel switching measures for agricultural facilities and activities — Version 10.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.G. Energy efficiency measures in thermal applications of non-renewable biomass — Version 10.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.J. Demand-side activities for efficient lighting technologies – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.L. Demand-side activities for efficient outdoor and street lighting technologies — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.M. Demand-side energy efficiency activities for installation of low-flow hot water savings devices — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.N. Demand-side energy efficiency activities for installation of energy efficient lighting and/or controls in buildings — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.O. Dissemination of energy efficient household appliances — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.P. Energy efficient pump-set for agriculture use — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.Q. Energy efficiency and/or energy supply projects in commercial buildings — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.R. Energy efficiency space heating measures for residential buildings — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-II.S. Energy efficiency in motor systems — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.V. Decrease of coke consumption in blast furnace by installing dust/sludge recycling system in steel works — Version 1.0- Descargar

REF: AMS-III.X. Energy Efficiency and HFC-134a Recovery in Residential Refrigerators — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AE. Energy efficiency and renewable energy measures in new residential buildings — Version 2.0 – Descargar
REF: AM0033 Use of non-carbonated calcium sources in the raw mix for cement processing — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0036 Fuel switch from fossil fuels to biomass residues in heat generation equipment — Version 5.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0040 Baseline and monitoring methodology for project activities using alternative raw materials that contain carbonates in clinker manufacturing in cement kilns — Version 1.1 – Descargar

REF: AM0106 Energy efficiency improvements of a lime production facility through installation of new kilns — Version 2.0.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0003 Partial substitution of fossil fuels in cement or quicklime manufacture — Version 8.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0005 Increasing the blend in cement production — Version 7.1.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0015 Emission reductions from raw material switch in clinker production — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.Z. Fuel Switch, process improvement and energy efficiency in brick manufacture — Version 6.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AD. Emission reductions in hydraulic lime production — Version 1.0 – Descargar
REF: AM0021 Baseline Methodology for decomposition of N2O from existing adipic acid production plants — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0027 Substitution of CO2 from fossil or mineral origin by CO2 from renewable sources in the production of inorganic compounds — Version 2.1 – Descargar

REF: AM0028 N2O destruction in the tail gas of Caprolactam production plants — Version 6.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0034 Catalytic reduction of N2O inside the ammonia burner of nitric acid plants — Version 5.1.1 – Descargar

REF: AM0041 Mitigation of Methane Emissions in the Wood Carbonization Activity for Charcoal Production — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0047 Production of biodiesel based on waste oils and/or waste fats from biogenic origin for use as fuel — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0050 Feed switch in integrated Ammonia-urea manufacturing industry — Version 3.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0051 Secondary catalytic N2O destruction in nitric acid plants — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0057 Avoided emissions from biomass wastes through use as feed stock in pulp and paper, cardboard, fibreboard or bio-oil production — Version 3.0.1 – Descargar

REF: AM0063 Recovery of CO2 from tail gas in industrial facilities to substitute the use of fossil fuels for production of CO2 — Version 1.2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0069 Biogenic methane use as feedstock and fuel for town gas production — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0082 Use of charcoal from planted renewable biomass in a new iron ore reduction system — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0098 Utilization of ammonia-plant off gas for steam generation — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0114 Shift from electrolytic to catalytic process for recycling of chlorine from hydrogen chloride gas in isocyanate plants — Version 1.0- Descargar

REF: AM0115 Recovery and utilization of coke oven gas from coke plants for LNG production — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0017 Production of biofuel — Version 3.1 – Descargar

REF: ACM0019 N2O abatement from nitric acid production — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0021 Reduction of emissions from charcoal production by improved kiln design and/or abatement of methane — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-I.H. Biodiesel production and use for energy generation in stationary applications — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.J. Avoidance of fossil fuel combustion for carbon dioxide production to be used as raw material for industrial processes — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.K. Avoidance of methane release from charcoal production — Version 5.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.M. Reduction in consumption of electricity by recovering soda from paper manufacturing process — Version 2.0- Descargar

REF: AMS-III.O. Hydrogen production using methane extracted from biogas — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AC. Electricity and/or heat generation using fuel cell — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AI. Emission reductions through recovery of spent sulphuric acid — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AK. Biodiesel production and use for transport applications — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BG. Emission reduction through sustainable charcoal production and consumption — Version 3.0 – Descargar
REF: AMS-III.BH. Displacement of production of brick and cement by manufacture and installation of gypsum concrete wall panels — Version 1.0 – Descargar
REF: AM0031 Bus rapid transit projects — Version 7.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0090 Modal shift in transportation of cargo from road transportation to water or rail transportation — Version 1.1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0101 High speed passenger rail systems — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0110 Modal shift in transportation of liquid fuels — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0116 Electric taxiing systems for airplanes — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0016 Mass Rapid Transit Projects — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-I.M. Solar power for domestic aircraft at-gate operations — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.C. Emission reductions by electric and hybrid vehicles — Version 15.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.S. Introduction of low-emission vehicles/technologies to commercial vehicle fleets — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.T. Plant oil production and use for transport applications — Version 3.0- Descargar

REF: AMS-III.U. Cable Cars for Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AA. Transportation Energy Efficiency Activities using Retrofit Technologies — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AP. Transport energy efficiency activities using post – fit Idling Stop device — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AQ. Introduction of Bio-CNG in transportation applications — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AT. Transportation energy efficiency activities installing digital tachograph systems to commercial freight transport fleets — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AY. Introduction of LNG buses to existing and new bus routes — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BC Emission reductions through improved efficiency of vehicle fleets — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BM. Lightweight two and three wheeled personal transportation — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BN. Efficient operation of public transportation — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BO. Trip avoidance through equipment improvement of freight transport — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BP. Emission reduction by shore-side electricity supply system — Version 1.0 – Descargar
REF: AM0064 Capture and utilisation or destruction of mine methane (excluding coal mines) or non mine methane — Version 3.0.0 – Descargar

REF: ACM0008 Abatement of methane from coal mines — Version 8.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.W. Methane capture and destruction in non-hydrocarbon mining activities — Version 2.0 – Descargar
REF: AM0030 PFC emission reductions from anode effect mitigation at primary aluminium smelting facilities — Version 4.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0038 Methodology for improved electrical energy efficiency of an existing submerged electric arc furnace used for the production of silicon and ferro alloys — Version 3.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0059 Reduction in GHGs emission from primary aluminium smelters — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0065 Replacement of SF6 with alternate cover gas in the magnesium industry — Version 2.1 – Descargar

REF: AM0066 GHG emission reductions through waste heat utilisation for pre-heating of raw materials in sponge iron manufacturing process — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0068 Methodology for improved energy efficiency by modifying ferroalloy production facility — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0082 Use of charcoal from planted renewable biomass in a new iron ore reduction system — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0095 Waste gas based combined cycle power plant in a Greenfield iron and steel plant — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0109 Introduction of hot supply of Direct Reduced Iron in Electric Arc Furnaces — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.V. Decrease of coke consumption in blast furnace by installing dust/sludge recycling system in steel works — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BD. GHG emission reduction due to supply of molten metal instead of ingots for aluminium castings — Version 1.0 – Descargar
REF: AM0009 Recovery and utilization of gas from oil fields that would otherwise be flared or vented — Version 7.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0023 Leak detection and repair in gas production, processing, transmission, storage and distribution systems and in refinery facilities — Version 4.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0037 Flare (or vent) reduction and utilization of gas from oil wells as a feedstock — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0043 Leak reduction from a natural gas distribution grid by replacing old cast iron pipes or steel pipes without cathodic protection with polyethylene pipes — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0055 Recovery and utilization of waste gas in refinery or gas plant — Version 2.1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0074 Methodology for new grid connected power plants using permeate gas previously flared and/or vented — Version 3.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0077 Recovery of gas from oil wells that would otherwise be vented or flared and its delivery to specific end-users — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0088 Air separation using cryogenic energy recovered from the vaporization of LNG — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0089 Production of diesel using a mixed feedstock of gasoil and vegetable oil — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0115 Recovery and utilization of coke oven gas from coke plants for LNG production — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.P. Recovery and utilization of waste gas in refinery facilities — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BI. Flare gas recovery in gas treating facilities — Version 1.0 – Descargar
REF: AM0001 Decomposition of fluoroform (HFC-23) waste streams — Version 6.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0035 SF6 emission reductions in electrical grids — Version 2.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0071 Manufacturing and servicing of domestic refrigeration appliances using a low GWP refrigerant — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0078 Point of Use Abatement Device to Reduce SF6 emissions in LCD Manufacturing Operations — Version 2.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0079 Recovery of SF6 from Gas insulated electrical equipment in testing facilities — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0092 Substitution of PFC gases for cleaning Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) reactors in the semiconductor industry — Version 2.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0096 CF4 emission reduction from installation of an abatement system in a semiconductor manufacturing facility — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0111 Abatement of fluorinated greenhouse gases in semiconductor manufacturing — Version 1.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0119 SF6 emission reductions in gas insulated metal enclosed switchgear — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.N. Avoidance of HFC emissions in rigid Poly Urethane Foam (PUF) manufacturing — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.X. Energy Efficiency and HFC-134a Recovery in Residential Refrigerators — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AB. Avoidance of HFC emissions in Standalone Commercial Refrigeration Cabinets — Version 1.0 – Descargar
REF: AM0002 Greenhouse gas emission reductions through landfill gas capture and flaring where the baseline is established by a public concession contract — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0003 Simplified financial analysis for landfill gas capture projects — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0006 GHG emission reductions from manure management systems — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0010 Landfill gas capture and electricity generation projects where landfill gas capture is not mandated by law — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0011 Landfill gas recovery with electricity generation and no capture or destruction of methane in the baseline scenario — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0012 Biomethanation of municipal solid waste in India, using compliance with MSW rules — Version 1.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0013 Avoided methane emissions from organic waste-water treatment — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0016 Greenhouse gas mitigation from improved animal waste management systems in confined animal feeding operations — Version 3.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0022 Avoided Wastewater and On-site Energy Use Emissions in the Industrial Sector — Version 4.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0025 Alternative waste treatment processes — Version 14.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0039 Methane emissions reduction from organic waste water and bioorganic solid waste using co-composting — Version 2.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0053 Biogenic methane injection to a natural gas distribution grid — Version 4.0.0 – Descargar

REF: AM0057 Avoided emissions from biomass wastes through use as feed stock in pulp and paper, cardboard, fibreboard or bio-oil production — Version 3.0.1 – Descargar

REF: AM0073 GHG emission reductions through multi-site manure collection and treatment in a central plant — Version 1.0- Descargar

REF: AM0080 Mitigation of greenhouse gases emissions with treatment of wastewater in aerobic wastewater treatment plants — Version 1.0Descargar

REF: AM0083 Avoidance of landfill gas emissions by in-situ aeration of landfills — Version 1.0.1-Descargar

REF: AM0093 Avoidance of landfill gas emissions by passive aeration of landfills — Version 1.0.1 Descargar

REF: AM0112 Less carbon intensive power generation through continuous reductive distillation of waste — Version 1.0-Descargar

REF: ACM0001 Flaring or use of landfill gas — Version 19.0-Descargar

REF: ACM0010 GHG emission reductions from manure management systems — Version 8.0-Descargar

REF: ACM0014 Treatment of wastewater — Version 8.0Descargar

REF: ACM0024 Natural gas substitution by biogenic methane produced from the anaerobic digestion of organic waste — Version 1.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.D. Methane recovery in animal manure management systems — Version 21.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.E. Avoidance of methane production from decay of biomass through controlled combustion, gasification or mechanical/thermal treatment — Version 17.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.F. Avoidance of methane emissions through composting — Version 12.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.G. Landfill methane recovery — Version 10.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.H. Methane recovery in wastewater treatment — Version 19.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.I. Avoidance of methane production in wastewater treatment through replacement of anaerobic systems by aerobic systems — Version 8.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.L. Avoidance of methane production from biomass decay through controlled pyrolysis — Version 2.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.O. Hydrogen production using methane extracted from biogas — Version 2.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.R. Methane recovery in agricultural activities at household/small farm level — Version 3.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.Y. Methane avoidance through separation of solids from wastewater or manure treatment systems — Version 4.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AF. Avoidance of methane emissions through excavating and composting of partially decayed municipal solid waste (MSW) — Version 1.0Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AJ. Recovery and recycling of materials from solid wastes — Version 7.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AO. Methane recovery through controlled anaerobic digestion — Version 1.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AQ. Introduction of Bio-CNG in transportation applications — Version 2.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AX. Methane oxidation layer (MOL) for solid waste disposal sites — Version 1.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BA. Recovery and recycling of materials from E-waste — Version 2.0 Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BJ. Destruction of hazardous waste using plasma technology including energy recovery — Version 1.0 Descargar
REF: AM0042 Grid-connected electricity generation using biomass from newly developed dedicated plantations — Version 2.1- Descargar

REF: AM0089 Production of diesel using a mixed feedstock of gasoil and vegetable oil — Version 2.0- Descargar

REF: AMS-I.G. Plant oil production and use for energy generation in stationary applications — Version 2.0- Descargar

REF: AMS-II.F. Energy efficiency and fuel switching measures for agricultural facilities and activities — Version 10.0-Descargar

REF: AMS-III.A. Offsetting of synthetic nitrogen fertilizers by inoculant application in legumes-grass rotations on acidic soils on existing cropland — Version 3.0-Descargar

REF: AMS-III.AU. Methane emission reduction by adjusted water management practice in rice cultivation — Version 4.0-Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BE. Avoidance of methane and nitrous oxide emissions from sugarcane pre-harvest open burning through mulching — Version 1.0- Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BF. Reduction of N2O emissions from use of Nitrogen Use Efficient (NUE) seeds that require less fertilizer application — Version 2.0-Descargar

REF: AMS-III.BK. Strategic feed supplementation in smallholder dairy sector to increase productivity — Version 1.0-Descargar

Values

The basis of any program is based on the tools provided and the rigor of compliance with them, which become the basis for meeting the objectives of achieving the removal or reduction of GHG emissions, which contribute to mitigating climate change. GES seeks to ensure the integrity of the voluntary carbon market credits through the following principles:

Reliability

Data and parameters from recognized
sources must be included, as well as
technically supported models

Consistency

The assumptions, values and procedures used
must be technically correct, consistent
and reproducible.

Evidence

The evidence used must be sufficient and appropriate
to ensure that rational, reliable, and reproducible
methods are employed.

Transparency

Genuine, honest, appropriate and
sufficient information related to the entire
project cycle should be used.

Validation and Verification

If you are a validation and verification body interested in being part of the VVB authorized by GLOBAL EMISSIONS STANDARD to comply with the project verification process, contact us at info@gestandard.org

List of authorized VVB
Contact Us

Global Emissions Standard © 2022. All Rights Reserved.

to top