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30 May ’18: UK-registered Enso-Impact UK, a joint venture partner of Carbon-Plus Capital, today completed a 6-month study to assess the feasibility of a social enterprise to supply renewable energy services to Kenya’s tea producers and farmers

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30 Apr ’18: Eco Delta Services, Carbon-Plus Capital’s Nigerian joint venture with DIFS Consultant Limited, today completed a study commissioned from Price Waterhouse Coopers Nigeria to assess the feasibility of a project in partnership with Shell Petroleum Development Company to supply electricity and other energy services to off-grid households and business in the Niger Delta based on the utilization of associated petroleum gas from oil fields that would otherwise be flared

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28 Feb ’18: Eco Delta Services, Carbon-Plus Capital’s Nigerian joint venture with DIFS Consultant Limited, agrees a joint venture with Nigerian-registered industrial services specialist Century Group with the aim of developing an enterprise to supply electricity and other energy services to businesses and households in off-grid communities in the Niger Delta

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01 Nov ’17: Carbon-Plus Capital and DIFS Consultant, a Nigeria-registered company specializing in social marketing, today announced the formation of Eco Delta Services Limited, a joint venture company established with the aim of pursuing commercial opportunities in low-carbon development in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria

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01 Dec ’16: Today, the Partners and Sponsors of the Niger Delta Low Carbon Growth Initiative, released a report of the results and outcomes of a two-and-a-half day Workshop hosted by Eco Delta Services Limited, a joint venture between Carbon-Plus Capital and Nigeria-registered social marketing and stakeholder engagement specialist DIFS Consultant Limited, and a founder partner of the Initiative, to develop a strategy and work plan to deliver the next stage of the Initiative’s development

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01 Oct ’17: UK-registered Enso-Impact UK and Carbon-Plus Capital, today launched a 6-month study to assess the feasibility of a social enterprise to supply renewable energy services to Kenya’s tea producers.

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01 Dec ’16: Publication of Report of Outcomes of Meeting of Core Research and Development Team of the Niger Delta Low Carbon Growth Initiative, 22-24 Nov ’16, Port Harcourt, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

Today, the Partners and Sponsors of the Niger Delta Low Carbon Growth Initiative, released a report of the results and outcomes of a two-and-a-half day Workshop┬áhosted by Eco Delta Services Limited, a joint venture between Carbon-Plus Capital and Nigeria-registered social … Continue reading

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18 Nov ’15: Publication of Report of Outcomes of Stakeholder Consultation Workshop, Phase II, Niger Delta Low Carbon Growth Initiative, 04-05 Nov ’15, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

Today, Stakeholder Democracy Network and Carbon-Plus Capital, on behalf of the Partners and Sponsors of the Niger Delta Low Carbon Growth Initiative, released the results and outcomes of a one-and-a-half day Workshop, designed to engage stakeholders in a process of … Continue reading

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04 November, 2015: Commissioner Wills, Government of Bayesla State Nigeria, opens Stakeholder Consultation Workshop

Over the next two-days, Yenagoa is providing the location for a one-and-a half-day workshop hosted by the Bayelsa State Ministry of Environment to present a plan to stakeholder which will help transform natural resource management in the Niger Delta and … Continue reading

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31 Jan ’15: Carbon-Plus Capital and Stakeholder Democracy Network release findings and recommendations of Phase I of Niger Delta Climate Resilience Initiative.

31st January, 2015 Carbon-Plus Capital and Stakeholder Democracy Network today released the findings and recommendations of Phase I of the Niger Delta Climate Resilience Initiative, a 6-month scoping project to determine the potential of carbon market-based finance to support a … Continue reading

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