Denmark Agree On New Climate Project In Malaysia

Denmark has reached agreement on the purchase of CO2 credits from
the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project in Malaysia with the Malaysian company
Brite-Tech Ventures Sdn. Bhd. and technology from the Danish company Moos A /
S. The project reduces greenhouse gas emissions, with the equivalent of 245,000
tonnes of CO2.
    The project has been underway for about four years in cooperation with the Danish
Ministry of Foreign Affairs. There has now been signed a contract with the
local Malaysian company Brite-Tech Ventures Sdn. Bhd., which has developed the
project in cooperation with the three Malaysian palmoil mills: Haranky Palm Oil
Mill, Ban – Dung Palm Oil Mill and Jugra Palm Oil Mill.
    The technology
is also provided by the Danish company Simon Moos A / S. The contract is
245,000 CO2 credits, as the Climate and Energy purchaser of the project. Therefore
Denmark is helping to
finance the climate project in Malaysia,
thus ensuring that the project reduces the equivalent of 245,000 tonnes of CO2.
These credits, Denmark
will be able to use as a supplement to domestic purpose to fulfil our
obligations under the Kyoto Protocol in the 2008-2012 period.

More information is available on the Energy website, www.ens.dk

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