What is the value in these Carbon Credits?

£45 Active Kinetic 1 Credits = 1 Mwh (+ 1 mega watt hour = 1050 kWh)

£62.10 UK Government Carbon Credits = 1 Mwh (1 mega watt hour)

Highest Golden Standard – Measurable Carbon Credit

Active Kinetic 1 Carbon credits are assured by a measurable audit of renewable electricity.

Meaning each metric ton of carbon offset is equal to a Megawatt Hour (MWh) of electric generated from the new renewable technology.

Life Cycle Assessment

As 99.9% of materials required to manufacture the technology can be recycled, it over qualifies the highest level of certification of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 14040 series. Based on the international standard for LCA a comprehensive framework assessing the environmental impacts, the products and services transcend such requirements throughout its life cycle.

Single case comparison with current renewables

Portable Energy Technology:

AK1 unit: 80mm x 130mm x 60mm collects on average about 2 watt hour (Wh) of electricity.

Solar panel: 80mm x 130mm collects on average about 1 watt hour (Wh) of electricity.

Active Kinetic 1 human motion harvesting technology could harvest more energy than solar as its active for a longer period.

The Maths:

Each unit gross cost £9 (or less) substantially reducing carbon for potentially decades.

Each Unit provides 2.4 Wh x 10 years motion energy activity.

Minimum return over lifetime exceeds 210360 Wh or 210 kWh per unit

x 5 units = 1 Mwh in a 10 years lifespan (over 1 mega watt hour = 1050 kWh)

Active Kinetic 1 Carbon credit regulation ?

The Active Kinetic 1 technology uses 100% renewable energy and recycles wasted energy going beyond regulations requirements for U.S Energy Information Administration, offering the highest ethical, environmental and social integrity of renewable energy projects that can be tracked, traced and recorded worldwide.

Estimate Availability of Active Kinetic 1 Carbon Credits.

It is estimated human users could harvest between 10 million to 100 million ton per annum within 3 years. The technology can be applied to many devices and these calculations are only based on harvesting human energy technology.

In comparison, the annual CO2 offset rate for trees varies from 21.77 kg CO2/tree to 31.5 kg CO2/tree. To compensate 1 metric ton of CO2e, 31 to 46 trees are needed.

Active Kinetic 1 technology has the ability to serve many renewable applications each can offset a reduction in CO2 and GHG.

Circularity focused resources and life cycles means there is almost no waste, hence a pure emission reduction and extremely positive impact to the environment and economy.


The technology benefits people, the planet and the economy.

How much does the Active Kinetic 1 Carbon Credit cost ?

Pricing will be very low at start while we are still being established and need financial support. The supply of new electricity is measurable and provides a solid growth plan, we expect prices to increase exponentially from start.

As the projects technology gains exposure the initial public offering price will likely increase substantially and be available in limited supply via carbon credit exchange platforms.

What are voluntary carbon credits?

Voluntary carbon credits are typically purchased by companies or individuals who want to offset their carbon emissions by making investments in projects that promote sustainability and renewable energy sources, such as renewable energy generation, energy conservation and waste management.

These credits are also often purchased by companies and organisations as part of their corporate sustainability initiatives. Governmental and educational institutions also may purchase voluntary carbon credits.

Can you buy and sell Voluntary Carbon Credits?

Yes, you can buy and sell voluntary carbon credits. Voluntary carbon credits, which represent the reduction of one metric ton of carbon dioxide-equivalent (CO2e) emissions, are tradable and can be purchased or sold on regulated or voluntary exchanges.

Companies, governments, and non-profit organisations alike buy or sell credits to help reach their sustainability or climate-related goals.

Why do carbon credit prices increase?

The price of carbon credits increases when demand for them increases. This is due to the limited supply and the desire to control emissions to reduce environmental or climate impacts. Government policies, such as emissions trading schemes, increase the demand for carbon credits can cause the price to increase.

Additionally, larger companies, who are usually the main purchasers of carbon credits, are increasingly interested in offsetting their emissions, which drives up demand and, in turn, the price.