Unique Local Offset Project


Project: Energy efficiency and solar system installation at Hawai'i Island Food Basket Hilo Warehouse

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Hawai'i Island Food Basket (TFB)

Kristin Frost-Albrecht (Interim Executive Director) | kristin.foodbaskethi@gmail.com

 

 

Hawai'i Energy

Graceson Ghen (Energy Efficiency Advisor) | graceson.ghen@leidos.com

 

Efficiency and Solar

USA

Hawai'i / Hilo

no certification (small project)

 

 20.00 US$/t (1ton is enough to offset approx. 110gal of gasoline, 1350kWh of electricity or 4.5 hours of flight time*)




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The Hawai'i Island Food Basket serves over 13,000 people every month....

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Carbon Offset through installation of efficiency measures and a solar system at the Hawai'i Island Food Basket Hilo Warehouse

With this offset option you are actively supporting the local project described. You can choose different amounts of offsetting depending on your needs in 0.5t increments. The price of this offset is 20.00US$/t. With each $20 this product includes the offset of 1 ton of carbon dioxide through one of our international offset projects as well as a contribution to the project described. Through the combination of projects we are able to support more expensive small scale local projects while making sure your emissions are mitigated. You will receive one certificate stating the total amount you chose to offset in this purchase. Please note: 1 ton is equivalent to 2,205lbs.

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*The values displayed are only intended to give you an estimate. Emissions produced by electricity consumption can vary greatly depending on how the electricity at your place of residence is generated. Emission estimate for flights include climate impact through contrails and ozone formation but also depend on aircraft type and capacity utilization.



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