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Blue World Carbon to expand operations in Southeast Asia, joined by Singapore team of Caspervandertak Consulting

Blue World Carbon (BWC), the fast growing international company in the field of carbon credit development, trading and advisory services, announces the launch of a new Singapore based regional headquarters to facilitate its planned rapid expansion in the Southeast Asian markets. The new office will have a head start due to the recent joining into BWC of the Caspervandertak Southeast Asia team, based out of Singapore.

The team’s move into BWC will ensure a rapid start for BWC’s regional operations, as it provides for immediate in-house experience and a vast network, along which BWC plans to rapidly expand its foothold and project pipeline in the Asian carbon markets. Target areas are CDM projects and programmes (PoA’s) in the Renewables, Energy Efficiency and Methane Avoidance sectors in markets like Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines.

BWC is headquartered in Belgium (Brussels) with offices in Russia, Ukraine, South Africa and Singapore, with further planned expansion into Southeast Asia. Its global team of professionals offers comprehensive carbon solutions to clients in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors in both the CDM and JI market.

Together with Climate Change Global Services (CCGS), the leading carbon development company in the Former Soviet Union (FSU), BWC is majority owned by the Russian-Dutch private equity firm 4RCap. 4RCap has a strong background in the energy sector; the activities today range from operating oil assets, wind turbine manufacturing, solar film, sector media & intelligence, to one of the world’s largest greenhouse complexes for flower production.

BWC’s global coverage and vast expertise will provide its clients with optimized solutions, allowing them to take full advantage of opportunities created by the current Kyoto Protocol’s CDM, as well as any post-2012 CDM/ Carbon Trading successor.

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