ISC 2022 Sponsors
•• Sponsoring the ISC 2022
Support from our sponsors is key in ensuring the success of the first I-REC Standard Conference and we are very pleased to say that our ISC 2022 sponsorship packages are sold-out.
Sponsor for ISC 2023
Sponsoring the ISC 2023 will give your brand high visibility through a persuasive marketing campaign that will reach over 5,000 targeted professionals. As a conference sponsor, you will have the opportunity to shape the thinking of our community on this crucial question: How does the development of standardized attribute tracking systems encourage the choice for renewable procurement?
If you would like to be a sponsor for the ISC 2023, please contact the secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I-REC Standard Conference 2022 Sponsors
The I-REC Standard is pleased to announce the following organizations as sponsors or supporting organizations of the ISC 2022.
The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) has taken up the mantel of Co-hosting Organizer for the I-REC Standard Conference 2022 that will take place in Bangkok, Thailand on the 1st and 2nd of November 2022. EGAT is Thailand’s leading state-owned power utility under the Ministry of Energy. They are responsible for electric power generation and transmission for the whole country, as well as bulk electric energy sales in Thailand. EGAT has been the approved I-REC(E) Issuer in Thailand since August 2020 and has worked with the I-REC Standard Foundation on developing a transparent, reliable, and robust system for energy attribute tracking in Thailand while being an inspiring example for Southeast Asia.
ReAcc has taken on the Platinum Sponsor role in support of the I-REC Standard Conference (ISC) 2022. ReAcc makes it easy for electricity users to access clean energy. They do so by streamlining the clean energy sourcing challenges faced by multinational corporations ReAcc is an end-to-end service launched by PTT Public Company Limited (a Thailand-based multinational energy company) that provides commercial-grade, blockchain-based solutions to facilitate renewable energy procurement offering various products such as energy attribute certificates, power purchase agreement (PPA) and green electric vehicle charging. Through ReAcc, PTT strives to enable sustainable economic and social growth for Thailand. Learn more about PTT at www.pttplc.com. For more information on ReAcc, visit here: https://reacc.io/.
Gold Cocktail Reception Sponsorship
ECOHZ has taken on the Gold Cocktail Reception Sponsorship of the I-REC Standard Conference (ISC) 2022 that is taking place on 1 and 2 November 2022 in Bangkok, Thailand.
For over two decades, Ecohz has pioneered the world of renewable electricity. Harnessing that experience, we work to facilitate companies’ journey to net zero by tailoring sustainability solutions.
Our environmental toolbox comprises documented renewable energy, carbon credits, biogas, and digital platforms. But more than putting tools at your disposal, we offer a unique blend of expertise and advise you every step of the way. In short, we are here to make decarbonization easy because we believe that simplicity enables urgent climate action – and that what is good for the planet is good for your business too.
Gold Get Together Sponsorship
ACT Commodities Group (ACT) has taken up the Gold Get Together Sponsorship for the I-REC Standard Conference (ISC) 2022 that will take place on 1 and 2 November in Bangkok, Thailand. ACT is the world’s leading provider of market-based sustainability solutions. Working at the center of the global energy transition, ACT helps organizations hit their climate action targets, no matter how ambitious. Since 2009, ACT has become a trusted brand in high-impact climate projects, renewable energy markets, energy efficiency, renewable fuels, and carbon credits. ACT delivers tailor-made solutions from offices in Amsterdam, New York, Shanghai, and Paris, enabling its partners to join the environmental revolution and pursue more sustainable futures.
Silver Lunch Sponsorship
STX Group (STX) has pledged to take up the Silver Lunch Sponsorship for the I-REC Standard Conference (ISC) 2022 that will take place on 1 and 2 November 2022 in Bangkok, Thailand. STX is an expert at providing market access and creating liquidity in the dynamic, yet illiquid, environmental commodities markets. As the pioneering market entrant, STX’s international team is uniquely positioned to consult on the dynamics of both local and macro-European, and Global markets. This enables STX to offer their clients, whether Renewable Generators or Industrials, Utilities, or Corporates bespoke solutions and deal structures to achieve their voluntary and compliance targets. Visit www.stxcommodities.com for more information on STX.
Silver Coffee Break Sponsorship
3Degrees has pledged to take up the Silver Coffee Break Sponsorship for the I-REC Standard Conference (ISC) 2022 that will take place on 1 and 2 November in Bangkok, Thailand. 3Degrees makes it possible for businesses and their customers to take urgent action on climate change. For over 15 years, we’ve provided tailored renewable energy and decarbonization solutions to Fortune 500 companies and other organizations worldwide and helped them source high-quality, country-specific renewable energy products around the globe. An award-winning B Corp, 3Degrees has experience in over 65 countries and has supported more than 2,000 facilities. Together with our customers, 3Degrees helps develop and implement creative solutions that ensure environmental integrity and make good business sense. The company is CDP’s global provider of renewable energy.
South Pole has taken up the role of Meeting Sponsor for the upcoming I-REC Standard Conference (ISC) 2022. South Pole helps clients address climate change impacts while mitigating risk and creating value on their renewable energy journeys. It provides comprehensive renewable energy advisory services, which include developing renewable sourcing strategies, implementing power purchase agreements (PPAs) and on-site renewables, and providing credible energy attribute certificates (EACs). With its global Climate Solutions platform, South Pole develops and implements comprehensive strategies that turn climate action into long-term business opportunities for companies, governments, and organizations around the world. South Pole is a proud member of the UN Global Compact, is certified as a registered B Corporation in the United States and Australia, and is committed to becoming a B Corp globally. South Pole’s team of 700+ experts in more than 23 offices and representations around the world includes engineers, consultants, scientists, project developers, and finance experts.
GreenPowerHub (GPH) has taken up the role of Meeting Sponsor for the upcoming I-REC Standard Conference (ISC) 2022. GPH, the global renewable energy trading network, is a Norwegian company launched in 2019 and has established itself as the leading platform for EAC trading. GreenPowerHub believes that trading I-RECS and other EACs should be easy. With the launch of I-RECS as a tradable commodity in January 2022, GPH has seen members joining from all over the world. GPH has over 320 registered companies, and more than 15000 renewable interests have been placed since launch. Its mission is to develop and run a worldwide market-leading network for renewable energy trading, where the counterparts share the same possibilities to access good trading opportunities, using a cost-efficient and user-friendly solution.
ClimatePartner is a solutions provider in corporate, climate action: they combine individual consulting with cloud-based software that is unique on the market and help customers calculate and reduce carbon emissions such as through tailored renewable energy procurement solutions and offset unavoidable emissions. ClimatePartner’s mission is to enable holistic corporate climate action and they work with more than 5,000 companies in 35 countries assisting clients in their global green energy procurement strategies and in sourcing the environmental products needed (GOs, I-RECs, RECs, VERs/CERs) to reduce their corporate carbon footprint.
EKI Energy Services Limited is a Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) listed company offering strategic solutions to businesses and organizations globally to achieve their climate ambition. Contributing significantly to the development of a climate-resilient global economy, the company offers strategic and profitable solutions to organizations globally for their carbon asset management – including carbon credit generation, supply, and offsetting.
EKI Energy Services Ltd. was founded in 2008, the company is today a leading Carbon Credit Developer & Supplier in the World. EKI delivers consultancy services for global carbon offset standards like CDM, VCS, Gold Standard (GS), GCC, IREC, TIGR, and GES across its offerings on climate change, energy, and sustainability. The company’s offerings include Carbon Asset Management, Carbon Credit Trading, Carbon Footprint Management, Sustainability Audits, Carbon Neutrality, Nature-Based Solutions, and community upliftment projects.
S&P Global Commodity Insights is a Meeting Sponsor for the ISC 2022. S&P Global provide a complete view of global energy and commodities markets that enables its customers to make decisions with conviction and create long-term, sustainable value. S&P Global is a trusted connector that brings together thought leaders, market participants, governments, and regulators to co-create solutions that lead to progress. Vital to navigating Energy Transition, S&P Global Commodity Insights coverage includes oil and gas, power, chemicals, metals, agriculture and shipping. With every one of S&P Global’s offerings, it helps many of the world’s leading organizations navigate the economic landscape so they can plan for tomorrow, today.
Supporting organizations of the ISC 2022
More information on the supporting organizations of the ISC 2022 will be available soon
EKOenergy ecolabel is a non-profit quality label for renewable energy, available worldwide. The EKOenergy label helps consumers make additional impact with their energy choice and is applicable on electricity, gas, heat, and cold. In addition to being renewable, EKOenergy-labelled energy fulfills extra sustainability criteria and finances new projects that combat energy poverty.
The ecolabel was launched as an initiative of environmental NGOs by the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation in 2013. The EKOenergy ecolabel has become increasingly active in several continents, including East Asia from 2015 onwards. Ekoenergy-labeled energy is currently being used in 60+ countries and this helps EKOenergy as an NGO initiative to promote the use of sustainable renewables in an increasing number of countries.
The EKOenergy label can be combined with all types of sourcing of renewable energy and is available for consumers of all sizes. Users of EKOenergy-labelled energy can use the EKOenergy logo on their publications, offices, or on products made with EKOenergy to demonstrate their commitment and inform others about their choice to go the extra mile.
Evident is a supporting organization for the I-REC Standard Conference (ISC) 2022. Evident was founded in 2014 by a team of experts that had been instrumental in the creation of RECS and the Guarantee of Origin in Europe. Evident’s service is accredited to the quality and transparency requirements specified by the International REC Standard Foundation. As the Code Manager for the I-REC for Electricity or I-REC(E) Product Code, Evident is responsible for the detailed regulations of the I‑REC(E) service and coordination with partner Issuers around the world. Built on expertise in energy certification, regulation, markets, registry design and operation, and issuing service provision, Evident’s mission is to provide a robust and flexible framework for energy certification for governments, industry, and end-users.
RECS: Energy Certificate Association is a supporting organization for the I-REC Standard’s first-ever international conference, the ISC 2022. As an organization, RECS’ goal is to provide the knowledge, motivation, and confidence needed to buy 100% renewable energy. RECS Energy Certificate Association represents the users of EACs, from producers, through traders, to consumers, and strives to create an open and transparent demand-driven renewable energy market. It engages with legislators, policy-makers, regulators, and system operators to make the case that effective renewable energy markets can help to accelerate the energy transition and, thereby, make an important contribution to tackling climate change.
M-RETS is a non-profit, mission-driven organization whose environmental attribute tracking platform facilitates the drive toward economy-wide decarbonization. M-RETS facilitates REC markets by issuing a unique, traceable digital certificate (i.e., one REC) for every megawatt hour (“MWh”) of verified renewable energy recorded on the platform. M-RETS facilitates RTC markets by issuing a unique, traceable digital certificate (i.e., one RTC) for every dekatherm (“dth”) of verified renewable energy recorded on the platform. The M-RETS platform provides more than just the ability to track volumes of biomethane. M-RETS provides for—but does not require—the ability to track carbon pathways and carbon intensity (CI) values with comprehensive documentation as part of each certificate. Once issued, M-RETS users can choose to transfer (buy/sell), retire, import, or export RECs or RTCs.
M-RETS recently facilitated the first ever hourly REC issuance and retirement in collaboration with Google. This work was the focus of a Google Cloud Blog titled T-EACS Offer a New Approach to Certifying Clean Energy. The M-RETS Renewable Energy Certificate (“REC”) and Renewable Thermal Certificate (“RTC”) registries provide key data that serve new and existing voluntary and compliance markets across North America.
RE100 is a global initiative bringing together the world’s most influential businesses committed to 100% renewable electricity. Led by Climate Group, in partnership with CDP, our mission is to drive change towards 100% renewable grids, both through the direct investments of our members and by working with policymakers to accelerate the transition to a clean economy. The initiative has over 370 members, ranging from household brands to critical infrastructure and heavy industry suppliers. With a total revenue of over US$6.6 trillion, our members represent 1.5% of global electricity consumption, an annual electricity demand higher than that of the UK