Nol Karbon specializes in carbon credits within five sectors such as forestry, energy, agriculture, waste, and IPPU. Our core activities involve an end-to-end carbon credit business model, including planning, implementation, co-financing, sales, and the development of carbon credit technology.

Carbon Credit for Nature-based Solution (NbS)

Forestry and Other Land Use (FOLU)

Nol Karbon assists landowners in navigating the complexities of methodologies, certification, and return on investment. We offer a unique blend of expertise in feasibility, investment planning, and financial backing, connecting you directly with buyers and investors

Tropical

Mangrove

Peatland

Current Projects: NbS for Mangrove

Mangrove Forest 6,459 Ha, East Aceh

A conservation and land restoration project aimed at reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in the tidal area covering 6,000 hectares.

Current Projects: NbS for Mineral Soil

78,000 Ha in the Mentawai Islands (PBPH 106,000 in West Sumatra)

Reforestation and afforestation project in the production forest area of the Mentawai Islands, West Sumatra, to conserve the area and enhance the added value of a production forest of 30,000 hectares.

27,000 Ha in Sijunjung Islands (PBPH 106,000 in West Sumatra)

Reforestation and afforestation project in the production forest area of Sijunjung, West Sumatra, to conserve the area and enhance the added value of a production forest of 27,000 hectares.

PBPH 70,000 Ha in Maluku

Reforestation and afforestation project in the production forest area of Maluku, to conserve the area and enhance the added value of a production forest of 11,500 hectares.

Aggriculture

Nol Karbon is at the forefront of Natural Climate Solutions (NbS) carbon credit initiatives, aiding sustainable agriculture through two programs. We employ new methodologies, conduct feasibility studies, assist in investment planning, and provide financial backing, facilitating direct connections with buyers and investors.

Biochar

Rice Cultivation

Current Projects: NbS for Agriculture

Biochar as Carbon Removal Projects

Applying biochar as an additive for soil, farming, and concrete. The feedstock requirements for this process are approximately 10,000 to 40,000 tonnes of biomass annually.

Rice Cultivation as Carbon Removal Project

The irrigation arrangements for rice fields and the application of urea fertilizer are designed to encompass a minimum rice field area of 10,000 hectares, which may involve the consolidation of land rights from multiple farmers in a single location.

Water Provision, Rehabilitation, and Conservation Projects

Additional carbon project aimed to increase a quality and welfare for the community of suburban and rural areas.

Current Projects: Water Provision, Rehabilitation, and Conservation Projects

The Installation of a Borehole

The installation of a borehole to serve and provide water access to approximately 300 people in a community.

Carbon Credit for Technology-based Solution (TbS)

Renewable Energy Power Plant (REPP) Generation

Nol Karbon excels in developing carbon credit initiatives with a focus on Technology-based Solutions (TbS) in renewable energy below 20 MW. We accelerate carbon credit certification programs or Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), which can be achieved within 3-6 months

Solar Power

Biomass Power

Wind Power

Hydropower

Geothermal power

Current Projects: REPP

Development of Mini Hydro Power Plant (MHPP) as Carbon Project

Mini-hydro power plant with a run-of-river system (7 MW in Lampung and 10 MW in Bengkulu) to meet the alternative energy needs with on-grid system integrating the scheme of 1) REC, 2) carbon credit, or 3) JCM

Improved Cookstoves (ICS)

A project aimed at replacing traditional stoves that burn wood or charcoal with more efficient and clean stoves

Current Projects: ICS

Replacement of Improved Cookstoves (ICS)

Distribution of 50,000 ICS for households and/ or home-scale industry in Java, Sulawesi, and/or Nusa Tenggara island to replace the open-fire cookstoves with high intensity of carbon with the improved cookstoves (ICS).