Clean Energy Projects

Synergent's Commercial Energy Projects are a direct response to the request for increased Clean Energy supply to the National Grid.

These Energy Projects not only provide consistent and reliable electricity, but they do so without any Carbon Emissions which qualify them for Carbon Credits under the UN Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) as established by the Kyoto Protocol.

The value of these Carbon Credits (CERs) vary according to market dynamics, but represent a significant monetary value when sold to the market.

While most developers choose to "cash-in" their CERs for added profitability, Synergent has pioneered a new model that turns CERs into Renewable Energy Development (RED) Credits that can be "banked" in a Carbon Trust Fund for Nigeria.

Synergent is the first private-sector company to commit 100% of it's CERs as RED Credits in the new Carbon Trust Fund.

This provides a managed asset that can be leveraged to create additional financing from international lenders for future Renewable Energy Projects that Synergent plans to develop with the Government in Nigeria.


Powering Change:

Nigeria's most abundant resource is the sun's energy that falls on 150 million citizens every day.

Harnessing the power of the sun will energize Nigeria's rise into the top 20 economies in the world.