Innovative Digital MRV Processes for a More Sustainable Future
Greenlines is pioneering the way in the fight against climate change with the first-of-its-kind digital MRV systems for accurately measuring and monetizing the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Our patent-pending Mobility Carbon Engine (MCE) and E-commerce Carbon Engine (ECE) provide financial rewards for sustainable behavior, encouraging individuals and businesses to make a positive impact on the environment. As a leader in the field, Greenlines is committed to driving the sustainability movement forward and making a real difference through our advanced technology.
Real-time quantification of GHG emission reductions
Greenlines' digital MRV processes utilizes advanced algorithms to continuously collect and analyze GHG emissions data. The information collected is then used to generate carbon credits that can be monetized according to international standards and recognized methodologies and tools.
Secure ownership transfer of environmental benefits
The MCE and ECE facilitate the transfer of ownership of environmental attributes by providing a secure and robust system to meet the offset criteria from accredited validation and verification bodies.
User-specific baseline GHG emissions
The system determines the baseline emissions for each user by collecting and analyzing data on their specific behaviors and actions that contribute to GHG emissions.
Robust Environmental Integrity
The MCE and ECE ensure environmental integrity by accurately tracking the reductions of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and providing a transparent accounting system according to international standards and protocols, avoiding double-counting.
"Carbon markets are experiencing unprecedented growth fuelled by corporate net-zero commitments and Paris Agreement targets"
In recent years, carbon markets have seen significant growth and development, particularly in relation to the Paris agreement. The Paris agreement, which aims to limit global warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius, has encouraged countries to set ambitious emissions reduction targets and explore new ways to reduce emissions.
A key development in the carbon markets has been the emergence of new technologies and approaches that can help reduce emissions and generate carbon credits.
Carbon Market in Numbers
Estimated global voluntary carbon credits issued in 2020
Projected global voluntary carbon credit demand by 2030
Offset projects worldwide under the CDM program
Countries expected to meet their NDCs through carbon credits
Global emissions covered by carbon pricing initiatives