|Location:||Western Balkan 6 + Ukraine|
The objective of this study is to get an understanding of the current status of carbon credit markets and relevant interlinkages with GGF, including the suitability of the GGF portfolio for the generation of viable carbon credits and / or certification of its impact reporting.
In a first phase, MACS has done research work and prepared an overview of the landscape of existing carbon credits and standards, as well as the relevant markets. Further, MACS has provided an initial analysis of the relevance and applicability of a scheme for the GGF. The outcome of the first phase has led to the next phase in which an analysis of applicability of GGF measures for carbon and RE-EE crediting and its implications is done.
Johannes holds a Diploma in Energy Engineering and has more than 25 years of professional experience within consulting, utilities, and project development businesses.
Johannes brings extensive technological experience in renewable energy systems and energy efficiency to MACS. This includes biomass, landfill and biogas, as well as solar PV assets. His background in energy efficiency ranges from cogeneration and district heating to buildings. His know-how encompasses (pre)feasibility studies, due diligence, energy audits, rehabilitation and expansion strategies for energy systems, market and competition analyses, as well as mergers and acquisitions advice. Johannes’ in depth understanding and hands-on experience in carbon markets and project-based emission reduction activities complement his profile.
As Project and Team Manager at MACS, Johannes puts his competencies in all areas project handling, including stakeholder and intercultural management, to work for our clients. Besides his mother tongue, German, Johannes is fluent in English and Spanish.