Innovate4Climate (I4C) is an event in the field of climate funding, investment and markets that draws together leading figures from the financial, political and technological worlds to accelerate the pace of activity to tackle climate change.
At this year’s event, the focus is on green finance, clean cooling and battery storage. Climate-smart urban design and Asian climate markets are also on the agenda.
The event will run from 4th to 7th June in Singapore’s Marina Bay Expo and Convention Centre. This is the first edition to take place in Asia and the event will this year partner with Ecosperity Week 2019. The objective of this annual conference is to explore how best to drive sustainable growth towards a low-carbon and resource-efficient future.
Applus+ at Innovate4Climate 2019
Certifying body Applus+ Certification (LGAI Technological Center S.A.) will be attending this year’s event on 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th June. Our experts would be delighted to meet you during the congress to discuss the needs of your project and explain how Applus+ can help you meet them through independent third-party certification.
Contact: +34 667 185 353 / email@example.com
Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
Applus+ is a DOE (Designated Operational Entity) accredited by the United Nations to validate and verify CDM projects and programmes.
Gold Standard for the Global Goals (GS4GG)
Applus+ Certification can guide your project through this certification process to demonstrate the sustainability of your activities and the commitments with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Verified Carbon Standard (VCS)
Applus+ has been the leading body for the validation and verification of VCS projects over recent years, responsible for the assessment of more than 20% of all the projects being registered or verified around the world.
- Sectoral Scope 1.1 – Thermal Energy
- Sectoral Scope 1.2 – Renewables
- Sectoral Scope 3.1 – Energy Demand
- Sectoral Scope 13.1 – Solid Waste and Wastewater
- Sectoral Scope 13.2 – Manure
Since 2018 Applus+ has extended its accredited scopes adding the Sector 3, successfully completing various assessments for improved cooking-stove projects and energy efficiency.