5 key reasons that makes Carbon Registry India ideal standard for India

By Johnathan 14/04/23

India Centric Multi-Stake holder driven Standard

Created by Network for Certification and conservation of forests(NCCF) along with  participation from over 80+ government & private organizations, non-profits, institutions etc   Such as BEE : Bureau of energy efficiency,  TERI: The energy and resources institute, GIZ: Indo-German bilateral,  ICRAF:International Council for Research in Agroforestry,  PWC: Price Waterhouse Coopers, TUV:Technischer Überwachungsverein and many more


Representation of Indian and international entities in Advisory board

The advisory board consists of entities that directly contribute in development of Indian Carbon Market Such as Niti Aayog,  Bureau of energy efficiency, The energy and resources institute International Council for Research in Agroforestry, Directorate General of Civil Aviation,  Confederation of Indian Industry, Enking International  and many more


Low on overall cost to appreciate and motivate development of Micro and Small scale initiatives 

Ulike the popular global carbon registries which requires over Rs 400000 just to register a project plus more, at   Carbon Registry India it is as low as  Rs. 25000.  for more details you can visit at  https://cri.nccf.in/home/standards/feeschedule/


Stringent yet simplified process with defined timelines

The Carbon Registry-India provides a robust platform to simplify end-to-end processes.   It has a very easy to use interface right from user account creation to issuance of carbon credits


Integrated with other sustainability standards

Unlike other carbon standards which purely focuses on emission offsets under defined SDG's. The Carbon Registry-India is unique in its approach.  While it delivers best practices for Carbon Offset project but also facilitate adaptation of other standards by NCCF, like Forest management standard, Tree outside forests standard, Eco-Tourism standard and more.  This enables qualitative approach and discourages focus only on quantity.