Who is buying carbon from Woodland Carbon Code projects?
Over 400 different companies with a UK base have purchased carbon units from Woodland Carbon Code projects, from sectors including financial, retail, travel, paper and fuel distribution. Below are some case studies from a small number of companies. You can also:
View the 'Holdings' in the UK Land Carbon Registry to see who has carbon units in their account
View the 'Assigned Credits' in the UK Land Carbon Registry to see other companies who have purchased Pending issuance Units (PIUs)
View the 'Retired Credits' in the UK Land Carbon Registry to see who has retired/used verified Woodland Carbon Units (WCUs)
Allstar, the UK's largest fuel card distributor, have bought carbon from 44 WCC projects across the UK to help their customers compensate for their vehicle emissions.
Bilfinger GVA, the UK's leading real estate advisory business, is buying carbon from a project in Cumbria to compensate over time for its office energy usage.
BWOC, a fuel distribution company, have bought carbon units from seven different WCC projects across the country in recognition of a portion of its operational emissions.
The UK Green Investment Bank Plc have bought carbon units from three projects, the latest Parkhead 2, a flood mitigation scheme in West Lothian.
Premier Paper, the UK's leading independent paper merchant, since 2011 offers customers the chance to compensate over time for the production and distribution emissions of the paper they buy, with carbon from projects in Cumbria and Hertfordshire.
Waitrose, a quality food retailer, has bought carbon from Warcop, to help compensate for the tailpipe emissions of their home delivery fleet.
More case studies will be available soon.