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The auction system on the ICX platform will offer the best price to sellers and buyers. We provide two types of auctions, namely dutch auction and minimum bid auction.
ICX will provide detailed information on the projects listed on the platform, making it easier for buyers to make decisions.
ICX will regulate and provide systems and facilities for clearing and guaranteeing each trade.
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Trading carbon through ICX provides access to meet buyers and sellers directly without the presence of a third party.
Buyers and sellers can observe prices and volumes in real time on the platform. Additionally, the project will be displayed in detail on the dashboard of the platform.
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Offset markets are typically associated with voluntary initiatives as a financial vehicle that provides opportunities for them to achieve their climate commitments. It was created to mitigate climate change by creating space for private players to finance activities that remove GHG emissions.
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Through a 'cap-and-trade' mechanism, this market scheme is implemented in the mandatory carbon market. Supply in this market (allowance) is set by the government or relevant ministry.
Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)
Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) are certificates that proves the production of electricity originates from Renewable Energy power plants. They are issued by an independent institution or commonly known as the International REC Standard Foundation (I-REC Standard).
Payment of ecosystem services (PES)
Payment of Ecosystem Services programmes allow the translation of services ecosystems provide for free into financial incentives for conservation purposes targeted at actors who own or manage the natural resources.
Carbon Credit
Carbon credits, also known as carbon offsets, are permits that allow the owner to emit a certain amount of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases. One credit permits the emission of one ton of carbon dioxide or the equivalent in other greenhouse gases.
Forestry and Land Use
Wetland Restoration
Wetland restoration is the deliberate process of reversing human-induced damage to wetlands, aiming to restore their natural state and functions. This involves recreating the original hydrological conditions, hydric soils, and wetland vegetation characteristic of healthy wetland ecosystems.
Carbon Sink
A carbon sink refers to a natural or artificial reservoir that absorbs and stores carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, mitigating climate change. This process helps reduce the concentration of greenhouse gases.
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REED+)
REED+ aims to incentivize developing countries to conserve and sustainably manage their forests. It also includes the enhancement of forest carbon stocks and the promotion of sustainable forest management.
Afforestation / Reforestation
Afforestation is the establishment of a new forest by planting trees or sowing seeds in an area where there were no trees before. Reforestation, on the other hand, involves planting trees in a forest where the tree population has decreased or been removed.
Renewable Energy
Geothermal energy is the renewable energy derived from the natural heat of the Earth's interior. It is a sustainable and clean source of power that can be utilized for various applications.
Solar Power
Solar power refers to the generation of electricity or heat from sunlight using photovoltaic (PV) panels or solar thermal systems. It is a sustainable and renewable energy source that harnesses the power of the sun to produce clean and environmentally friendly electricity.
Wind Power
Wind power is the utilization of wind to generate clean and renewable energy through the use of wind turbines. It is a sustainable alternative to fossil fuel-based energy sources, contributing to reduced greenhouse gas emissions and promoting economic growth.
Hydro Power
Hydropower refers to the generation of electricity through the use of water power. Hydropower is considered clean and reliable, providing a low-cost and versatile means of electricity generation while also promoting responsible water management.
Waste Water Methane
Waste water methane is the methane gas generated during the treatment of wastewater. It is a valuable resource that can be harnessed for energy production, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting sustainability.
Agricultural Methane
Agricultural methane refers to the methane gas emitted from agricultural activities, particularly from the digestive processes of ruminant animals like cattle and sheep. It is a potent greenhouse gas contributing to climate change and can be mitigated through various measures like dietary supplements and manure management.
Landfill methane
Landfill methane is the methane gas emitted from landfills due to the decomposition of organic waste. It is a major source of methane emissions, which contribute to global warming. Implementing measures to capture and utilize landfill methane can help mitigate its environmental impact.
Coal Mine Methane
Coal mine methane is the natural gas found in coal deposits. It is released during mining operations and can be used as an energy source, but it also contributes to global warming and air pollution if not properly managed.
Energy Efficiency
A sustainable fuel derived from the decomposition of organic waste, used for heating, electricity generation, and as a replacement for fossil fuels.
Waste Heat Recovery
Waste heat recovery involves capturing and converting excess heat from industrial operations into useful energy, minimizing energy wastage, and enhancing overall productivity.
Fuel Switching
Fuel switching refers to the practice of replacing one type of fuel with another for heating or power generation purposes. It involves transitioning from fossil fuels like coal and oil to cleaner alternatives such as natural gas, biomass, or renewable energy sources.
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