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HVAC Service Invoice Forms are used to record charges made in a repair of a Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning unit. HVAC forms are used as an invoice, repair order or an estimate form. All of our HVAC forms are printed with your business name, contact information and logo.

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HVAC invoice forms can be revised to meet your business needs and are printed on carbonless – NCR paper. Designed for easy use in any HVAC service business. Do not see your form here? Send us a copy of what you currently use and we will duplicate it for you.

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Work order forms provide a written document to give to the customer describing any work done and materials used on a particular project.

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These work orders give both you and the customer a clear understanding of the scope of the work, as well as the estimated costs involved. Modify any of our work order forms to fit the particular needs of your business. Work order forms that are well designed and carefully completed will ensure smooth completion of your service project.

Using a repair form allows you to detail a request for repair in writing before the start of the project. These forms will provide a way to track work to be done from start to finish. Work order forms can be used as an estimate, invoice or a proposal.

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How to design a custom cash receipt

November 17, 2014 1:23 pm
Published by Progressive Printing Team

Designing a custom cash receipt gives you the freedom to add elements that are specific to your daily work flow. Proper planning will aid you in creating forms that will reduce accounting errors and boost productivity. You can easily create a cash receipt in Microsoft Word, Excel or any other publishing program.

Today I will be setting up a small cash receipt using Microsoft Word.

Step 1: Decide what you need on your cash receipts.

  • Does your business need to record materials like our small receipt book?
  • How much payment information needs to be included?
  • How much detail do you need for customer information? Something like these cash receipts?
  • Do your receipts need to be numbered?

Once you have a list of the elements that you need, you can begin creating your form.

Step 2. Set up

Open up Microsoft Word and from the PAGE LAYOUT tab choose “Size-More Paper Sizes”

I’m going to make this cash receipt 6.75 x 2.75.

Then click the margins tab and set the top, bottom, left, and right margins to .25 inches.

Tip: Under the FORMAT tab there is a “Selection Pane”. If you click this, a panel will appear on the right hand side of the program. This will allow you easy access to all of the layers you’ve created. You might find this helpful for selecting certain elements. By clicking on the eye icon, you can also hide elements so that you can select other objects around it.

Step 3. Creating A Box

Click on the INSERT tab and choose the button that says “Shapes”. Select a rectangle shape then drag your mouse across your page to create a box.

This box is going to act as a safety margin. We don’t want to put content to the edge of the document because important information could be cut off and make our form look unprofessional. Right click on the shape you just drew and choose “More layout options”. Click on the “Size” tab. Our document is 6.75×2.75 so I’m going to make this shape 6.25×2.25. This will give me another .25 inch on each side and all content inside will be safe from being cut. It will also make the form more visually appealing.

Select your box then go to PAGE LAYOUT – Align. Here you will be able to “Align – Center” and then “Align – Middle” to place your box in the center of the document.

By default, the box I drew is outlined and shaded with a color I don’t want. To change the style, click on your box and go to the FORMAT tab. There is a “Shape Fill” and a “Shape Outline”. Use these two buttons to customize the box the way you want. I chose to go with no fill and a dark blue border.

So that we know what this form is to be used for, I’m going to make another box that will house this form’s title.

Step 4. Text

Go to INSERT – Text Box.

A box will pop up that you can type in. Put in your desired text. When you select the text, a pop up will show that will allow you to change the colors and style.

I was able to get the text to run in this direction by using the “Text Direction” options under the FORMAT tab.

By default, your text box may have a color fill and outline color. You can change this the same way you changed the box in Step 3.

Note: If for any reason you can’t move the text box where you want it, check the layout options. You might have to play with these until your box goes where you want it.

Step 5. Lines

You can place lines the same way you placed text boxes by going to INSERT- Shapes. Choose the straight line. When you go to place it, hold down the shift key so that your line will be straight.

To change the weight and color of this line, select it and hit the “Shape Outline” button under the FORMAT tab. I chose to keep this line blue and give it a 1″ thickness. To change the width of a line, select the line, make sure you’re in the FORMAT tab and on the far right of the toolbar you’ll see Height and Width. You can input the width of your line manually. You can also use the re-size handles. 

Now I’m just going to go ahead and draw all of my boxes and lines to create the layout that I want.

Step 6. Layout

Once you have your lines placed where you want them on your cash receipt, select the lines and go to the FORMAT tab. Click the “Align” button. This is where you can distribute them vertically (for even spacing) or align them left or right so they are flushed.

If you need a check box, there are some different style of check boxes you can play with.

Drop Shadow: Draw your box and stylize it the way you want it. I suggest you choose a fill color even if it is the color of your background so that the drop shadow will show. Select the box and go to the FORMAT tab. You can set the Height and Width to make it a perfect square. Then click on the “Shape Effects” button and choose “Shadow-Shadow Options”. Here you can play with the Presets and the overall look of the shape.








Tip: You can select multiple objects at once and change their shape effects or you can change one then use the “Format Painter” under the HOME tab to change the other shapes.

Step 7. Finish Placing Your Text

I did use text boxes to place all of my text because it’s just easier for me to move things where I want them. You can draw all of your text boxes, type your text in each one, stylize one box, and then use the “Format Painter” to easily change the others instead of stylizing each box one by one.

The “Thank You!” was done by just selecting a lighter text color.

The numbering at the right hand corner is just a place holder of sorts because you will never place the numbering on your form yourself. But it helps you get the final look of your receipts to place it there temporarily.

Step 8. Adding Some Texture (optional)

The receipt looks great the way it is but if you want to add some more design appeal you can change the background to a watermarked pattern.

Select the first box we drew. For to the FORMAT tab and click on the Shape Fill-Texture-More Textures. A Format Shape panel will appear on the right hand side. Click the Pattern Fill button. First, choose a very light color for the Foreground. Then go through the pattern options and find the one you like the most.

Note: If any elements disappear, right click the box you just filled with a pattern. Choose “Send to Back”.

Step 8. Finishing Up

Go to File-Save As-PDF- Name your file and click save.

You’re now ready to have your custom cash receipt printed!

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Customized Carbon Copy Forms – Carbon Copy Receipts, Invoices, Orders

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We create customized carbon copy forms that are printed on NCR (No Carbon Required) paper. This is a special type of coated paper such that when you write on the first copy it transfers to the sheets beneath. We also use carbon sheets in some cases where it is required such as 5-part forms. Each form is custom printed with your logo, company name, address, phone, fax, website, and email address. You may also upload and purchase your own customized design with full-color artwork.

You can now order business forms printed on carbon copy paper with a variety of customization options. This gives your business added value with professional looking forms such as invoices, receipts, and repair orders. Advance your brand through personalization and be ready to transact business with forms that streamline the process effectively. We make it easy to order online by inputting your business name, address, telephone fax, email address, website address, and uploading your logo. There is also a field where you can include additional information.  What you end up with is a unique form that is original and effective in capturing the relevant information needed to complete a job.

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We categorize forms based on industries and specific services. There are also those that are designed and printed in a simple general format for multiple uses. They are all printed on carbon copy paper for easy use.

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What will it be used for? For sales forms, it could be a packing list, receipts, register forms, sales books, sales building forms, sales orders, or sales slips. Work orders are used for professional services or work rendered like repair to equipment or motor vehicles. Proposal forms are used for estimates and proposals. There are others used in healthcare, general business forms, purchase order, tax forms, contracts, invoices, account statements, shipping and more.

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Carbon copy forms can be bind in a book format, as individual slips or pad,  or as a continuous laser computer form. You can manually write on most of them or print on your dot matrix or laser printer.

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NCR forms are printed on a number of parts so that when you write on the first copy it is copied on the subsequent papers below it. We offer Duplicate – 2 parts, Triplicate – 3 parts, Quadruplicate – 4 parts, and Quintuplicate – 5 parts. You can keep a copy for your records or bookkeeping and distribute the others as needed.

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Carbonless Invoice Forms | NCR Invoices

If you’re looking for a way to customize your carbonless invoice forms with carbonless paper, you’ve come to the right place. Here at the NCR Form Experts, we offer a variety of different ncr invoice templates to choose from, allowing you to design your carbonless invoices the way you want them to look.

NCR Forms specializes in top notch carbonless forms, ncr carbonless invoice forms, and custom carbonless forms as well as carbonless copy paper and ncr printing (on demand carbonless forms printing, reliable carbonless paper printing, and all things carbonless and carbonless printing). We supply high quality ncr copies (carbonless copies) or specific carbonless business forms (wholesale carbonless forms) at cheap ncr printing prices.

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Once you’ve chosen the carbonless invoice form template you’d like, we’ll add your contact details and make it your own. If you have custom artwork you’d like included, just email it to us and we’ll handle the rest. You can choose between carbonless invoice forms that are half page or full page, or have it customized to just about any other size. Our carbonless NCR forms can be used for sales orders, purchase orders, product invoices, bill of lading, and more. Here is a list of the products and options we offer:

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We only use the best quality and most durable 21 lb. paper for our ncr invoices. Our production times are super quick, and the first 15 minutes of graphic design is provided for free. If you want to see why we are a top rated carbonless invoice provider, just read our testimonials. We’ve been in business since 1999 and for good reason—we please our customers! Give us a call today for a quote.

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We can help you do so quickly and easily. Here at NCR Forms, we provide our customers with a simple way to customize their 2 part invoices and carbonless invoice forms using our available templates or experienced professional designers. You can even have your own custom logo or image placed on it—just email the graphic to us and we will include it along with your contact details. The 2 part carbonless invoices that we offer can be used for a variety of professional, organizational, and managerial needs including: bills, product invoices, sales orders, and purchase orders to name a few.

NCR Forms specializes in top notch carbonless forms, ncr carbonless invoices, and custom carbonless forms as well as carbonless copy paper and ncr printing (on demand carbonless forms printing, reliable carbonless paper printing, and all things carbonless and carbonless printing). We supply high quality ncr copies (carbonless copies) or specific carbonless business forms (wholesale carbonless forms) at cheap ncr printing prices.

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You and your customers will love the quality of our custom-designed carbonless invoice forms. Unlike other middle of the road printing companies, we don’t use 15 lb carbonless paper. Here at NCR Forms we ONLY use high-quality, 21 lb paper, which is stronger and longer-lasting. The production and shipping time is typically fast for most orders and comes with FREE ground shipping. Plus, we offer wholesale prices that are unbeatable. Here are just a few of the other products and options we offer:

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90,000 “Carbon price” as an instrument of economic and environmental policy

Even six months ago, most experts assumed that the introduction by the European Union of a border carbon tax (collection) was a relatively distant future, and Russian enterprises-exporters of carbon-intensive products have ample time to prepare for this: calculate their carbon footprint, develop and adopt corporate low-carbon development strategies, setting emission reduction targets, etc. d.

With the spread of the pandemic, the situation has changed significantly, and not for the better for our companies.

COVID-19 was actually a powerful catalyst for Europe’s implementation of the decisions made to move the economy to low-carbon rails. Today, the EU views the Green Deal not as one of the priority areas of development, but as a key area for the economy to overcome the crisis caused by the pandemic, and therefore, with a very high degree of probability, it can be stated that not in the distant future, but in two , in a maximum of three years, the world’s first precedents for the implementation of carbon protection measures will be created.

Of course, one can argue for a long time about the extent to which these measures comply or do not comply with the WTO norms, as well as about what exactly this EU decision is more about – economic pragmatism, expressed in lobbying national producers with the possibility of replenishing the budget at the expense of foreign industrial companies that do not meet the “carbon” requirements of the EU, or real concern about a possible increase in global emissions due to the leakage of high-emission industries from the EU countries to countries with insufficient, according to the EU, climate regulation.

Yes, the border tax raises a whole host of questions for us – both in the form of introduction and in the details related to the implementation of this mechanism.

But today one thing is absolutely clear: the price of carbon has already become a key instrument of national economic and environmental policy, and from a voluntary initiative through the introduction of trade restrictions, it is now growing into an instrument of coercion.

In other words, someone who does not pay for greenhouse gas emissions at the national level under their national legislation will be obliged to pay through trade relations with other countries and companies in other national jurisdictions and systems that have established carbon payments.According to the latest data from the World Bank (May 2020), there are already 46 such systems in the world at the national and 36 at the subnational level.

In this situation, in fact, the only mechanism to protect Russian producers from the border carbon tax should be a law that unambiguously fixes a set of national policy measures to reduce emissions and extends the “polluter pays” principle to greenhouse gases. Only one thing you and I need to keep in mind: the time limit for its revision and adoption after more than three years of “swing” is now almost exhausted.

90,000 how “carbon tax” will affect utility bills :: Opinion :: RBC

The desire to help the planet also embraces representatives of Russian business, who especially for this have united in the Russian Partnership for Climate Preservation. The most notable initiative of this partnership was the idea of ​​establishing a global “carbon price” announced by the head of RUSAL Oleg Deripaska. Its size should be $ 15 by 2020 for the emission of a ton of CO2-equivalent with a further gradual increase in the size of the fee to $ 35 per ton by 2030.

The reason for the concern of the management of RUSAL with climate issues is again coal, this time from China. The fact is that the main source of electricity for aluminum producers from China, who have strongly pushed competitors in the world market, is coal generation. On the contrary, RUSAL uses “clean” electricity from hydroelectric power plants for its production. The Governor of the Kemerovo Region, Aman Tuleyev, described the environmental initiatives of the head of RUSAL as follows: “You just need to strangle the Chinese aluminum industry and withdraw our own.But at the same time, you completely ruin the coal generation. ”

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Pay for Carbon also has its supporters in the Russian Ministry of Nature. At least the head of the department, Sergei Donskoy, on the eve of the summit in Paris, announced Russia’s readiness to consider this issue. The Ministry of Natural Resources also received support for the initiative of the President’s Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, Yuri Trutnev, to turn Eastern Siberia into a carbon-free zone.As the Ministry of Natural Resources said optimistically, the creation of a carbon-free zone is possible through the transition to renewable energy sources, as well as through the introduction of financial incentive mechanisms, including a carbon tax.

It is clear that the formation of a “low-carbon economy” is beautiful and progressive. However, how much will this pleasure cost?

Who will pay?

The energy sector is the main source of greenhouse gas emissions in Russia. It accounts for about 84% of Russian emissions, which in absolute terms is more than 2.3 billion tons of CO2-equivalent.If the current emission volumes are maintained as a result of the introduction of a “carbon payment”, the additional annual financial burden on the energy sector will amount to about $ 35 billion in 2020 (this is about 2.5% of Russia’s GDP in 2015) and more than $ 80 billion by 2030.

Further, this amount will be distributed through an increase in energy tariffs for companies and households. As a result, it will turn out that it is the population that will become the main victim of the “struggle for the climate”. First, the Russians will feel the rise in inflation due to the general increase in energy prices across the country as a whole. Secondly, there will be a sharp increase in tariffs for utilities, primarily electricity and heat supply. According to the data cited by the governor of the Kemerovo region, Aman Tuleyev, after the introduction of the “carbon tax”, the price of electricity and heat in Russia may grow 2.7 times.

Even if we assume that the head of Kuzbass exaggerates the growth of utility bills, the consequences for citizens will be very serious. In our report “Struggle for the climate: who will be the loser”, we calculated that by 2020, when it is proposed to introduce a “carbon fee”, its specific size for the production of one kW of electricity obtained from gas generation (i.e.i.e. with the lowest carbon emissions), must exceed 50 kopecks. For coal generation, this figure will be about 90 kopecks.

The situation in heat supply will be even worse, given, to put it mildly, the not entirely favorable state of this sector. The production of heat for heat supply systems accounts for about 33% of primary energy consumption in Russia. That is, a third of all volumes of “emission charges” will be collected through heat tariffs.

Proponents of a “carbon tax” argue that higher prices for conventional fuels will stimulate modernization and energy conservation.As a result, sooner or later, negative consequences will be minimized. However, even if the most modern technologies and equipment are used, the increase in the heat tariff will be about 15–25%, depending on the region. (The calculation was based on the “alternative boiler house” model, which the Ministry of Energy plans to implement to calculate long-term heat prices for consumers.)

In addition to the rise in prices in the communal flat, a heavy blow will be dealt to those employed in the most carbon-intensive sectors of the Russian economy, primarily in the coal industry.There will be a sharp exacerbation of the socio-economic situation in monotowns where coal mining enterprises are city-forming enterprises. There are 31 such single-industry towns in Russia with a total population of about 1. 5 million people. But these are trifles when it comes to the future of all mankind.

90,000 In Russia, business will be offered to plant forests for “carbon credits”

In Russia, they may begin to lease plots in the Far East for planting trees, Bloomberg reported.Due to this, the authorities want to monetize these territories and enable businesses to compensate for the damage to the environment, the agency writes. Experts interviewed by Gazeta.Ru doubt that this idea can be implemented in the near future. In their opinion, there will be no serious effect on the environment – it is necessary to develop green technologies.

What is the essence of the idea

In Russia, they want to monetize the territories of the Far East, renting them out for planting new trees or preserving the existing forest fund, Bloomberg reported, citing its sources. The Russian authorities hope to create a market through which businesses can compensate for environmental damage. This initiative may also be Russia’s response to criticism due to insufficient attention to environmental issues, the agency notes.

The press service of the profile Deputy Prime Minister Victoria Abramchenko declined to comment. At the request of Gazeta.Ru, the Ministry of Natural Resources recalled plans to improve the regulation of greenhouse gas emissions in forestry. Preserving forests is one of the ways to reduce emissions.

“The strategy (long-term development of the national economy with low greenhouse gas emissions until 2050) involves the use of forestry activities for carbon absorption, primarily by combating deforestation through reforestation and afforestation,” the Ministry of Natural Resources said. It is also planned to allocate protective forests and categories of specially protected areas, improve the practice of using forests, protecting forests from fires and protecting them from pests and diseases, as well as countering illegal logging.

Companies that will plant trees will be able to obtain and, if they wish, sell so-called “carbon credits” – some certificates that conditionally allow offsetting a certain amount of emissions. This will happen if a special digital platform confirms that the absorption of carbon dioxide has increased. According to Bloomberg, Gazprom Neft, SIBUR and Sinara Group are interested in the project. At the time of this writing, the companies mentioned have not responded to a request from Gazeta.Ru ”about interest in the project.

“Russia accounts for 20% of the world’s forests. We can turn them into a large-scale carbon sequestration center,” the agency quotes the Minister for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic, Alexei Chekunkov.

Where did the “carbon credits” come from?

The implementation of climate forestry projects to obtain “carbon” units (often called “credits” in English) began during the implementation of the Kyoto Protocol to the UN climate convention in 2008-2012, explained Gazeta. Ru ”Director of the Center for Environmental Economics and Natural Resources of the Higher School of Economics Georgy Safonov. Then all the rules and procedures necessary for this were developed.

The first climate projects under this protocol were registered in Russia: this is a project to grow “climatic” forests to absorb carbon dioxide in the Altai Territory and to manage forest ecosystems in Primorye.

Similar projects are also widespread in the world. For example, New Zealand’s CO2 trading system deals with “forest units” of carbon sequestration.This led to a leap forward in forestry farming in the country, the expert said.

An effective measure or a PR move

Director of the WWF-Russia Climate and Energy Program Alexei Kokorin told Gazeta.Ru that such an idea could theoretically be realized – it is not some kind of “advertising” step. Enterprises can indeed lease some area of ​​the taiga and develop forests, and their contribution to the absorption of CO2 can be certified. The question is, why would companies buy carbon credits, the expert said.

According to Kokorin, enterprises, especially export ones, understand that they need to reduce the so-called carbon footprint from the production of their products. This, for example, concerns steel, mineral fertilizers. The expert cited the example of Shell, which recently shipped a consignment of Russian liquefied gas, free of its carbon footprint, to Wales.

“It is necessary that the final buyer, whether in Wales, Europe, somewhere else would agree and would trust such projects. Before that, I suppose, it is still very, very far away “,

– noted by Alexey Kokorin.

According to the expert, it is categorically early to talk about such an initiative as a whole. Kokorin noted that it is necessary to prepare a legislative base, conduct research. Similar experiments are now planned to be tested on Sakhalin, he added.

Reducing emissions under such a scheme will be small, the expert also explained. In the opinion of WWF and himself in particular, it will decrease by about 15%, in some regions, possibly up to 20%. It is necessary to engage in the development of renewable energy sources, technological improvement of production and so on, Kokorin believes.

Georgy Safonov from the Higher School of Economics has a similar opinion. “The initiative to create forest carbon landfills in Russia seems reasonable. Cultivation and forest management measures are long overdue, and the potential is enormous. At the same time, implementing forest carbon projects is not easy, ”he said.

“International requirements for such projects (the status of tons of carbon absorbed by the forest must be appropriate) imply not only the preparation of documentation in the format approved by the UNFCCC, but also its validation by an independent accredited organization, preparation of a report on the monitoring of the achieved CO2 removals using carbon measurement methods in various pools (biomass, soil, etc. ), verification of the project results, ”the expert said.

Safonov also told the typical period for the implementation of a carbon project – 50 years. Absorption begins at about 3-5 years of age of the plantings.

What business says

The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) supports climate initiatives, Sergei Tverdokhleb, executive secretary of the RSPP committee on climate policy and carbon regulation, told Gazeta.Ru. At the same time, he drew attention to the fact that climate projects directly concern greenhouse gases, and not the emission of pollutants.

“The implementation of climate projects, including forestry projects, will undoubtedly contribute to the contribution of the Russian Federation to the global fight against climate change and the achievement of the goals of the Paris Agreement. – he thinks. “At the same time, for Russia, which owns more than 20% of all world forests, forest projects are especially important – according to experts, the implementation of such projects can lead to an increase in the absorption of greenhouse gases in the amount of up to 400-500 million tons of CO2-eq. per year, which is about a quarter of the annual net greenhouse gas emissions in the Russian Federation. “

He also recalled the importance of projects to improve energy efficiency, modernization of generating and industrial facilities, etc.

Is it possible to estimate the contribution of forests to the absorption of CO2

There is no system in Russia that allows assessing the contribution of Russian forests to the absorption of carbon dioxide, said Alexey Yaroshenko, head of the forestry department of Greenpeace in Russia, to Gazeta.Ru. “We don’t have reliable information about the forests,” he said.

According to the expert, the average age of forest inventory materials is 25 years.Up-to-date data is available for about 16% of Russian forests – this is the official data of the Accounts Chamber, Yaroshenko specified.

The expert considers it necessary to conduct a study that will allow assessing the “carbon contribution” of Russian regions. In many regions, especially in the Far East, it may turn out to be negative, because the regions are “burning catastrophically,” the areas of forest fires are growing.

Aleksey Yaroshenko noted that in general, with regard to forests, there are now two main problems – fires and “waste fellings”.According to him, fires, in particular, cannot be dealt with because the powers to resolve this problem were transferred to the regions (the forests themselves are under federal control). Regions, according to him, receive about a third of the required funding. The situation is better in the European part of Russia. In Siberia, for example, only a third of the required amount of funds is allocated.

90,000 INTERVIEW Will the ocean continue to absorb carbon dioxide?

BP: Indeed, the issue of carbon sequestration by the ocean is now very acute, and the studies that we are coordinating for the whole world on carbon balance show that the ocean is being saturated as a carbon sink in the system of planet Earth.The main factor behind this saturation is simply an increase in ocean temperature, which reduces the ability to absorb gases. But there are a whole host of other factors as well.

If we said earlier that the ocean in the entire history after the start of the industrial revolution has absorbed about 28 percent of all emissions that humanity has produced, now the consensus converges at a figure of 22 percent. And in fact, this is a huge difference! But a recent report from the High-Level Panel on the Marine Economics showed that if we organize, the ocean as a whole can still provide about 20 percent of carbon sequestration through a variety of factors: additional energy, which will be renewable, and other factors.There are a total of about five big factors that affect [carbon sequestration] this way.

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And as a result, in terms of ocean contribution, we can remove 20 percent [of carbon]. But on land, where most of the emissions occur, 80 percent should be dealt with. This, perhaps, is now the main line of planning for the development of the maritime economy.But this can also be achieved through multiple productivity enhancements. At the same time, you can get several times more food from the ocean, you can get a lot of energy from the ocean, you can generate a fairly large return on money invested in the oceans – measured in the equivalent of trillions of American dollars.

That is, scientifically based, non-predatory, use of the ocean based on plans can lead to this beautiful picture, which from the point of view of the world in which we now live, seems incredible.

90,000 eAgronom – – Intuitive and complete farm management software and consulting

The urgency of the climate crisis requires us to take immediate action to reduce atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gas emissions today.

eAgronom Carbon Program allows farmers to earn money for the carbon credits they generate through sustainable farming practices.

Businesses can offset their carbon emissions to meet climate targets and support sustainable agriculture.


Restore your soil and get paid for it!

“I have been thinking for a long time about adding a cover crop after winter clover to avoid erosion and enrich the soil. With eAgronom’s carbon program, this is possible because the revenues from the sale of carbon credits cover the costs of seeds and labor. ” – Rubert, farmer on a 1400-hectare site.

  • Securing the future of the farm with diversified income streams
  • More fertile soil
  • Lower emissions
  • Lower operating costs
  • Higher profit
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Offset carbon dioxide emissions to meet climate targets

“Every year we emit a large amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere – more than 26 billion tons. There are about 20 tons for every American. For the inhabitants of poor countries – less than one ton per person. On average, there are about five tons for every inhabitant of the planet. One way or another, we must make changes that will bring this figure to zero. ” – Bill Gates

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90,000 What’s behind the rise in carbon prices?

One of the reasons for the growth in quotations was the proposal of the European Commission to amend the rules for exchange trading in emission quotas, which was announced on July 14 – the same day as the entire package of documents that explained the essence of the “Green Deal”.Introduced in the EU in 2005, emissions trading has now embraced energy-intensive industries (eg oil refining, electricity, steel), which together account for about 50% of CO2 emissions within the EU.

Emission limits

The Exchange, de facto, is a tool for regulating the carbon footprint: if the annual limits on CO2 emissions are exceeded, enterprises must purchase additional emission quotas, and if the quota remains unselected, they have the right to sell them.At the same time, the emission limits are gradually tightening: for example, in 2018 the European Commission announced a decision according to which the limit will be annually reduced by 2.2% from 2021 to 2030. This contributed to an increase in carbon prices even before the decision came into force: the cost of a European carbon unit rose from 25.1 euros at the end of 2018 to 26.7 euros at the end of 2019 and 32.7 euros at the end of 2020.

In practice, this has increased the burden on carbon intensive industries. Among them is the coal-fired power industry: in 2019, according to BP, coal generation in the EU decreased by 24%, and in 2020 by another 21%.A similar effect could have a further tightening of the emission limit: according to the decision of the European Commission of July 14, it will now decrease annually not by 2. 2%, but by 4.2% – this should help to reduce emissions by 55% by 2030. 1990 year.

Air, sea and land transport

The growing importance of emissions trading can be facilitated by the entry into the number of its participants of operators of maritime transport, which will gradually take place in 2023-2026.The carbon regulation will cover transportation not only within the EU, but also, in part, outside it (in the event that the European port is one of the points of external communication). The tightening of regulation will also affect the aviation industry: the emission limits, which are now freely distributed among air carriers, will be available only on the exchange from 2027.

Another change will affect land transport, which, along with the residential sector, from 2026 will be subject to a “parallel” emissions trading system.True, its participants will not be owners of houses and cars, but distributors of gasoline and diesel, as well as petroleum products used in public utilities. The residential sector accounts for 36% of CO2 emissions in Europe, according to data from the European Insulation Manufacturers Association. Therefore, its inclusion in emissions trading can also help reduce the carbon footprint.

Decarbonisation costs

Last but not least, the change will affect European companies involved in the production of mineral fertilizers, aluminum, cement, iron and steel – goods that will be subject to the Cross-Border Carbon Mechanism (CBAM) from 2026.For European companies from these sectors, the time limit will be shifted, starting from which the limits on CO2 emissions will no longer be freely allocated (from 2030 to 2036). But at the same time, from 2026, when CBAM is fully operational, emission limits will begin to decrease by 10% annually. This will most likely lead to an increase in “carbon payments”, due to which the programs of adaptation of the economies of the EU member states to the challenges of decarbonization are already being financed.

90,000 Innovation and inventory management in a carbon capture technology company

Consignment of inventory helps carbon capture technology company save thousands of dollars annually

At Freedom Pines, Georgia, owned by carbon capture technology company LanzaTech, equipment failure is unacceptable, especially during the critical work of helping customers convert their carbon emissions into useful fuels and chemicals.

“The process we have developed helps customers reduce greenhouse gas emissions by converting waste and polluted streams into marketable products,” said Curt Studebaker, plant engineer at LanzaTech. “In these plants, the raw materials that go into the LanzaTech process are either burned or used in other streams and ultimately burns and turns into carbon dioxide.” With LanzaTech, customers can transform such streams into useful and valuable products.

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