This Gold Standard project constructed solar powered safe water drinking systems in two rural communities in Senegal. In addition to the safe drinking water that is saving lives, the villagers no longer need to burn trees in order to boil water, which has a measurable carbon saving.
Installing equipment at truck stops to provide heating, air conditioning, and other amenities to truck drivers, avoiding the burning of diesel fuel during engine idling.
New types of hull coatings make ships more energy efficient by making them slipperier. These coatings are so slippery, in fact, that barnacles, tubeworms, and other underwater organisms can’t attach to the hull. Without the added drag caused by millions of tiny hitchhikers attached to their hulls, ships use less fuel—significantly less.