Environmental Attributes

Definition: Value Creation:
Environmental attributes generated by renewable energy resources are well defined in the utility industry. An environmental attribute represents any and all claims, credits, benefits, emission reductions, offsets and allowances, howsoever entitled, resulting from avoidance of the emissions of any gas, chemical, or other substance to the air, soil, or water. An environmental attribute is measured by the kilowatt hours generated by a qualified green energy generation resource. Typically this can be a wind, solar, hydro, power plant. Rising global demand for these resources based on climate change initiatives will increase both the value of the energy produced and the value of the environmental attributes. Attribute token value will increase from Tempest project creation and rising worldwide market demand for environmental attributes.