Clean gas projects have the ability to generate a
number of different and often complementary environmental attributes including carbon offset credits, renewable energy certificates (RECs), renewable identification numbers (RINs) and Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) credits. Camco has the track-record and infrastructure to assist its partners and clients to generate these attributes, understand their value and to sell them into what are often liquid, niche markets.
Camco is a leading supplier of offset credits to the
U.S. market. We have generated and sold over 1 million offsets in the U.S. market. Camco has the ability to assess and realize economic value in the form of offset credits from emissions reductions generated by certain clean gas projects. We can evaluate a projects potential to generate offset credits at an early stage of design
and development and the most likely route to market
and end value for those offsets. Camco’s renewable and environmental markets team can help clean gas
projects realize significant additional revenue streams from the generation of carbon offset credits.
Renewable Energy Certificates
RECs can be generated from the production of power from an on-site renewable energy resource or from the destruction of renewable gas at a generation facility
off-site. There are a large number of different, some-time overlapping markets for RECs in the U.S. These can differ significantly in terms of how RECs are generated and accounted for, supply, demand and price and project eligibility. Camco understands the different
REC programs and has experience of selling RECs
from biogas power projects into national and state specific markets and we can assist developers and project owners in placing RECs with buyers or into markets that will generate the most value.
Renewable Fuel Credits
We understand the renewable fuel program space and are able to navigate both the RFS2 and CA LCFS programs by qualifying unique fuel pathways for approval. During project development, we're able to analyze fuel pathways and assess how low-carbon attributes embedded in cleaner transportation fuel can impact credit value. To realize revenue from these credits we have commercial relationships with organizations who need them to meet their state and federal requirements.