Project Developers & Owners

With 3Degrees
  • Bring Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) and carbon offsets to market

The infrastructure that will transition the U.S. to a low-carbon, renewable energy economy is being built today by renewable energy and greenhouse gas emission reduction project developers and owners.

Developing this infrastructure has never been easy and is only becoming more difficult. A tight financing environment, permitting issues, local stakeholder concerns, limited transmission capacity, and new technologies are all raising the bar for the successful development and operation of profitable renewable energy and carbon reduction projects.

Yet, while the revenue from Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) and carbon offsets has never been more important to project developers and owners, monetizing RECs and carbon offsets is becoming increasingly complex as regulatory and market uncertainty mounts. 3Degrees enables project developers and owners to clarify and manage this uncertainty, enabling them to properly value their RECs and carbon offsets and intelligently participate in environmental markets.

By partnering with 3Degrees, project developers and owners can bring to market and secure revenues for the RECs or carbon offsets generated by their wind, solar, low-impact hydro, biomass, methane gas capture, sustainable forestry, or other renewable energy or carbon reduction projects.

3Degrees manages a large and extensive portfolio of RECs and carbon offsets, has successfully brought to market RECs and carbon offsets from projects across the U.S. and around the world, and has developed strong relationships with most of the nation's large voluntary purchasers of RECs and carbon offsets. This experience enables 3Degrees to provide its partners with the knowledge and skills necessary to manage the risk and returns associated with their projects' RECs and carbon offsets.

So whether a project is in an early stage of development, about to come online, or is already operating, 3Degrees can help project developers and owners utilize environmental markets to accelerate the world's transition to a low-carbon, renewable energy economy.