A platform designed for project developers

We have developped a unique platform with you can prove the quality of your high quality carbon credits and manage your projects

The best solution for project Developers

Generate a Better Revenue

  • Seamless integration

  • Manage your projects

  • Traceability & LCA module

  • Promote your projects on the platform

 

Save time on the integration

  • Sell you high-quality credits at a higher price thanks to LCA and traceability

  • We charge lower fees compared to other solutions

Our unique modules

Available on our platform

Exclusive LCA tool

with our LCA an traceability module you can prove the value of the carbn credits generated and sell them at a higher price

Compatible with established registeries

Seamless integration, you save time and money during the integration. It also permit a high scalability

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We support you on the whole project cycle

1 - Evaluate

Verify if your project 

is compatible

2 - Register

We guide you 

to the registers

3 - Track

Through LCA and traceability

4 - Sell

To our corporate buyers

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Save time during the implementation of the LCA.

Our system is based on the best methodologies : Puro - EBC - Verra

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A standardised LCA

to prove the number of carbon credits generated

A deep traceability

to track your supply

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FAQ

Biochar is a porous, carbonaceous material that is produced by pyrolysis of plant biomasses and is applied in such a way that the carbon remains stored as a long term C sink or replaces fossil carbon in industrial manufacturing.

Biochar projects typically use a wide range of biomass feedstocks to produce biochar. The choice of biomass depends on location, environmental factors, intended final use etc and can influence the potential applications so it should align with the project’s specific objectives. 

Most of the crediting programs rely on the European Biochar Certificate (EBC) positive list of permissible biomasses. Here are some common biomass feedstocks used in biochar projects:

  • Woody Biomass
  • Agricultural Residues
  • Forestry Residues
  • Nutshell and Shell Waste
  • Manure and Poultry Litter
  • Aquatic Plants
  • Food and Agricultural Processing Residues 
  • Urban green waste

This production process not only provides a source of biomass but can also help manage waste, reduce landfill disposal and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Finally, it is important to consider the sustainability and environmental impact of the biomass selection to ensure the overall benefits of the biochar project.

Traceability is a critical element of carbon markets, ensuring the integrity, transparency, and effectiveness of these markets in driving real and verifiable carbon emissions reductions and removals. As a buyer in biochar carbon credits, traceability is important for several reasons :

  • Accountability: helping hold sellers accountable for the carbon reductions claimed preventing greenwashing.

  • Risk Mitigation: providing assurance that you are not buying low-quality or fraudulent credits.
  • Transparency: The entire lifecycle of biochar carbon credits, from project initiation to credit issuance is tracked allowing for environmental and social impact assessments.
  • Co-Benefits: assessment beyond carbon sequestration, such as soil improvement and rural development, aligning your carbon offset purchases with broader corporate sustainability goals.
  • Compliance: traceable biochar carbon credits demonstrate compliance with regulatory emissions reduction targets or Net zero reporting requirements.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has made it clear that CDR is a critical tool for achieving net zero by 2050. Reducing emissions remains the primary, most effective response to climate change. But decarbonisation alone is insufficient to reduce the residual “hard to abate” emissions that will continue in the medium term. Once decarbonisation options have been exhausted, CDR can play a vital role in neutralising residual emissions. Most scenarios aligned with the Paris Agreement contemplate the use of CDR. Durable solutions like biochar are preferable to ensure removals efforts remain effective in the long term, so demand for increasing volumes of such solutions are expected to grow.

According to a McKinsey report, a CDR industry capable of delivering gigaton-scale removals at net-zero levels could be worth up to $1.2 trillion by 2050. This industry would require input and support from all stakeholders including investors, suppliers, buyers, traders, and other intermediaries. These are opportunities that would require early action to build removal volumes to scale by 2050.

Puro.Earth and the European Biochar Certificate (EBC) are two initiatives in the field of carbon removal markets and biochar, and they serve different purposes:

Puro.Earth is a marketplace for carbon removal credits that focuses on carbon offsetting and carbon removal solutions.It connects buyers with carbon removal project developers of various types of carbon removal projects, not limited to biochar.

Puro.earth has developed a carbon removal standard, and an associated registry, for engineered carbon removal methods in the voluntary carbon market. They are carbon removal methodologies, aligned with the IPCC definition for carbon removal.

European Biochar Certificate (EBC) is a specific certification standard and framework that pertains specifically to biochar production and usage. It sets guidelines and criteria for biochar products, ensuring that they meet specific criteria related to feedstock selection, production processes, and environmental impact.

You want to invest into high-quality carbon removal credits ?

Purchase carbon removal credits at the faire price with a consistent supply. All the projects are tracked so you can prove and communicate on the environmental benefits.