The Bureau’s Partners

This large Danish engineering and consultancy company has worked with UCB on wastewater and other CDM topics with Danida and KfW support.



In partnership with Niras, UCB prepared the CDM documents for a new Kampala sewage treatment project for NWSC.

Hivos and UCB are partnering in the development of a multi-country CDM Programme of Activities for domesticl biogas systems.

UCB supports the work of CTI-PFAN in Uganda and beyond with business coaching to projects inducted into its programme.





SPGS is our lead partner in the on-going development of a forestry PoA for Uganda.


Ecotrust is a key provider of carbon credits for UCB’s carbon neutral service, and to offset our own carbon footprint. The credits are generated by the Plan Vivo ‘Trees for Global Benefits’ project in Bushenyi, western Uganda. Ecotrust is also joining the ICSEA improved cookstoves PoA as a Component Project Activity (CPA) involving its stoves programme in eastern Uganda.



UTGA are collaborative partners for the forestry PoA being developed for Uganda.






UCB has a formal partnership with GVEP that is allowing us to share knowledge and ideas about developing renewable energy carbon projects.



Development Partners: 

DFID has supported our pioneering regional (6 country) East African improved cookstoves CDM PoA, Improved Cook Stoves for East Africa (ICSEA).




KfW has been a major supporter of our regional (4 country) East African renewable energy CDM PoA covering grid-connected hydro, solar, geo-thermal and wind projects.





Care Denmark supported us with our Nordic Climate Facility regional grant for the ICSEA improved cookstoves CDM PoA.




GIZ has generously supported us in several ways over the past two years with technical expertise and project funding to enable us to become Africa’s leading carbon company and PoA developer.