Best answer by Nancy_OVO
The price of green gas is constantly in flux, so to price sustainably we've decided to lower the contribution to 15% and carbon-offset the rest.
We ensure that the offsetting is done to high standards both environmentally and socially by only using projects that are minimum Verified Carbon Standard gold. Both the Mai Ndombe & Kasigau Corridor are UN REDD projects that have received CCB (gold for adaptation and for biodiversity) & we're moving to the Katingan Peatland Restoration and Conservation Project, which is triple gold CCB (for community benefits, adaptation and biodiversity). We’re planning to add more information on our site with links to the exact projects, but you can find them all listed here.
Just to add, 15% is still the highest contribution of biogas you'll find on the market at the moment!
Hope this helps