Today the carbon credit market presents an astounding $800 billion investment opportunity. And accurate data collection is the gateway for new projects to validate a business idea and get investments. An efficient and cost-effective collection of a substantial amount of data over an extended period is not just a preference but a necessity for carbon credit projects.
On the webinar we’ll explore the realities of data collection on the ground, discuss best practices for accurate data collection, and analyse the latest trends in the market. Whether you’re an active carbon credit player or a newcomer to the carbon credit landscape, join us on the 13th of February at 15-00 (CEST) to learn more about data collection in carbon credits.
Taking a front seat at our webinar you will get a chance to hear insights from the experts in the field:
- Ronan Ferguson (Clean Cooking Alliance) has been managing relationships with clean cooking companies in Sub-Saharan Africa for over three years and will present the perspective from Clean Cooking Alliance on the importance of data collection, counting on years of experience working closely with businesses from the carbon credit space.
- Awuor Dorothy Otieno (Nyalore Impact), CEO of clean cooking project in Kenya and the winner of Entrepreneurship Award at the 2023 African Queen of Energy Awards, will talk us through the realities of data collection on the ground.
- Emilie Cohen-Boulakia (Upya), will bring the insights about data collection from a tech solution side, presenting trends in the market and best practices observed in data collection.