The Clean Energy Emission Reduction (CLEER) Protocol is a resource that provides climate mitigation and low emission development practitioners a consistent and transparent way to estimate and report greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduced or avoided from clean energy projects, such as generating renewable energy, increasing energy efficiency, and switching to cleaner fuels. The Protocol's GHG accounting approaches align with international accounting standards, and the detailed methodologies and default data sets facilitate estimating emission reductions from a wide variety of clean energy activities. The Protocol was developed for USAID by ICF International.
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