NativeEnergy’s Help Build™ carbon offset projects would not happen without the support of our clients and partners. This statement is especially true for the organizations that take part in our Project Supporter Program.
These companies have stepped up to provide significant support to a project early in its development. Through their early action, the Project Supporters have been the driving force behind many of our recent projects.
The Project Supporter Program has connected more than 30 brands to six carbon offset projects. Project Supporters have signed their names to turbine blades in Kansas, cut the ribbon at the dedication of our biogas project in Oklahoma, organized school field trips to a dairy farm project in Connecticut, and toured dairy farm projects in Pennsylvania.
These projects are estimated to reduce in excess of 900,000 metric tons over their lifetimes. They are also providing social and economic benefits to the communities where they are located.
Join forces with these great brands, help build new carbon offset projects, and connect with the communities they benefit: contact us today.
This project bolsters local farmers and the regional economy with two new wind turbines.
This project enables a family-owned brick company to use landfill gas to fire its kilns.
This project uses manure separation technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, nutrient runoff, and operating costs on three farms.
After being leveled by a tornado, a Kansas town rebuilds as “the
greenest town in America” with a combination
of energy efficiency measures and the installation of
a 12.5 MW wind farm.