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3C Holding AG, a Europe-based offset provider, and Charlotte, Vt.-based NativeEnergy have formed a partnership that will allow 3C to supply European clients with high-quality U.S.-based offsets, while NativeEnergy can make verified emission reductions available to its U.S. client base.

"While the there is a lot of discussion about fungibility and the need for harmonization for carbon credit standards, this partnership offers clients firsthand practical and credible [greenhouse gas] emission reduction solutions,” says Bjorn Fischer, managing director of 3C The Carbon Credit Co., 3C's recently launched U.S. subsidiary.


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