EOS Climate Voted Best Project Developer by Leading Environmental Market Participants
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second straight year, EOS Climate has won top recognition by Environmental Finance and Carbon Finance magazine, in the publication's 13th Annual Market Survey. The awards are for Best Project Developer - North American Markets and Runner-up for Best Offset Originator – California.
The closely-watched awards are based on surveys of leading participants in the carbon, U.S. emissions, weather risk management and renewable energy certificate markets. EOS received awards for Best Originator and Project Developer in 2011.
"We appreciate recognition of the quality of our work by market participants, and look forward to continuing our leadership in delivering compliance offsets and driving innovation for California's new program," said CEO Matt Jones.
The impacts of refrigerants on climate continue to draw unprecedented attention by media, policymakers and corporate sustainability leaders. California's new emissions trading program is the first program in the world to recognize destruction of phased-out refrigerants as a high quality offset.
To-date, EOS projects have generated more than 2.5 million metric tons of greenhouse gas reductions from aggregation and destruction of used refrigerants, with every pound of eligible gas converted to marketable carbon assets. EOS typically delivers over 25% faster than the average for similar projects, and significantly faster than other offset project types.
ABOUT EOS CLIMATE
Based in San Francisco, EOS Climate is the leader in leveraging carbon markets to ensure the complete life cycle management of refrigerants.
Since 2010, EOS projects have delivered more than 2.5 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent in emissions reductions, while accelerating the transition to cutting edge sustainable technologies across multiple industrial, commercial, and consumer sectors. In January 2012, EOS launched the Refrigerant Revolution®, partnering with Fortune 500 leaders to manage refrigerants throughout their lifecycle.
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