Blue World Carbon (BWC) is the world's leading provider of services and solutions aimed at combating climate change, including energy efficiency, renewable energy, GHG emissions management and the use of carbon market mechanisms.
Furthermore, Blue World Carbon is the leading buyer of post-2012 CERs both from registered and yet to be registered projects and fast growing energy asset development company.
Blue World Carbon has offices
in all major carbon and renewable energy markets. The international management teams comprise of international carbon and energy professionals with many years of experience in the field, and are further supported by highly skilled local staff with backgrounds in engineering, law and finance.
Our staff members have prepared and got registered over 100 carbon projects and 7 PoAs aimed to cut GHG emissions worldwide under Kyoto Protocol mechanisms and other carbon voluntary schemes, developed and implemented a number of corporate carbon and energy management strategies.
In the countries of the Former Soviet Union Blue World Carbon is using its Climate Change Global Services (CCGS) brand
In September 2008 the Russian – Dutch joint venture 4RCap established Climate Change Global Services (CCGS) a leading carbon development company in Russia with offices in Moscow and Archangelsk which continues to operate using the established CCGS brand in the countries of the Former Soviet Union (FSU). In September 2009 4RCap acquired the South African carbon developer Blue World Carbon with an office in Cape Town. The Blue World Carbon brand is now used for all of 4RCap's carbon market activities outside the FSU countries. In January 2011 4RCap established Blue World Carbon South East Asia with an office in Singapore
Board of Directors
Operations Director & Managing director, Russia and FSU
Joost van Lier
Managing Director, Sub-Saharan Africa
Operational Director, Sub-Saharan Africa
Joost van Acht
Managing Director, South East Asia
Operational Director, South East Asia
Russia and FSU
Director, Energy Department
Director, GHG Department
Deputy General Director, Head of Project Implementation Department
BWC is a global company with the headquarters based in Brussels (Belgium) and operating entities located all over the world including South Africa (Cape Town), Singapore, Indonesia (Jakarta), Vietnam (Hanoi), China (Beijing), Russia (Moscow, Arkhangelsk) and North America and Australia being next on the agenda. In the countries of the Former Soviet Union Blue World Carbon is using its Climate Change Global Services (CCGS) brand.
We are proud to have among our clients the world biggest companies including:
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Climate Change:The Real Challenge and How to Deal with it
Michael Yulkin, Moscow, IFC, 05 June 2013
Bioenergy Potential in Kaluga Region
Alexander Samorodov, Netherlands, 09 October 2012
Renewable and Biomass Energy in the Kaluga Region
Stepan Mironenko, World Bioenergy 2012, Sweden, Jonkoping, 29-31 May 2012
Effective Corporate Energy and GHG Emissions Management
Vladimir Dyachkov, Joint international seminar "Creating a Framework for Low-
Carbon Economic Development Strategy for Russia and other CIS Countries", Moscow, 22 October 2010
Will JI serve as a link between national ETS's, and ERUs - as a "hard" carbon currency?
Michael Yulkin, C5 conference on "The Carbon Market in Russia & Ukraine", Moscow, 23 September 2010
Russian Perspectives on Climate Change in the Lead up to a Post-Kyoto Agreement
Michael Yulkin, The Hague, 29 May 2009
The Future of JI in Russia (Beyond Kyoto)
Michael Yulkin, Moscow, 31 October 2008