Offshore Development

Investigating the impact of Wind Power supporting offshore developments


Onshore Development

Investigating the impact of Solar Power supporting onshore developments


Offshore Prospect

Demonstrating best-practices for a regulatory process


Benchmarking Study in the United Kingdom

Preparing for Regulatory Submissions


UK 2022 Licencing Round

Supporting a client in their submission to the UK NSTA



At the Heart of any Climate Strategy is Reducing the Emissions Associated with your Business

Once that is complete, then companies can choose to offset their irreducible emissions.

We combine our knowledge of geological storage with facilities engineering and project economics to tackle decarbonisation challenges. We also draw upon our extensive database of project experience to help us evaluate options.

Sometimes the best opportunity to reduce emissions is to implement new technology. Will solar or wind fit your operations? In other cases, new equipment or processes can achieve the best results. Or, for certain businesses, it might be best to capture and store CO2.

Carbon Capture and Storage

Understanding the Problem

Governments and companies around the world are committing to reach net zero emissions.

The IPCC concludes that the most cost efficient way to achieve this is through the accelerated deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).

Governments are therefore putting incentives in place to allow the commercial frameworks for CCS to develop, and lenders are looking to finance the first movers in this space.

CCS is a proven carbon reduction technology which companies are using to decarbonise their own operations, or the operations of others.

If you wish to undertake your own CCS development, or link up with an existing one, we can help you understand the technical and commercial aspects of any project.


  • Independent Risk Assessment
  • SMRS Independent Storage Capacity Assessment
  • Technical and Commercial Studies
  • Concept Select Studies
  • Policy and Regulatory Studies
  • Emitter and CO2 Resource Studies
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Understanding the Problem

Companies will need to find a low carbon solution to their power requirements in order to reach their emission goals.

Electrification of existing operations or upcoming developments can not only help you decarbonise, but may also work out NPV positive over the near term.

The options can vary from development of a new wind, solar or geothermal project, connection to the grid or an existing project, or upgrading old equipment to electric.

There are many ways to electrify, and we can identify which one of these will be best suited to your needs.


  • Quantifying Emission Reduction Potential from Electrification
  • Concept Select Studies for Electrification of Operations
  • Including use of:
    Power from shore
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Reduction of Emissions

Understanding the Problem

There has never been a better time and greater need to reduce GHG emissions.

As an increasing proportion of emissions come under tax regulations and financiers look to fund low carbon companies, high emission products are becoming ever more uncompetitive.

And, as energy prices increase, there are more opportunities for cost-effective ways to reduce emissions and save capital through electrification and alternative energy efficiencies.

We can help you understand where these lie.


  • Screening/Benchmarking Studies to Quantify Emission Reduction Potential
  • Voluntary Carbon Credit Studies
  • Nature Based Solution Studies
  • Support for Voluntary Carbon Credit Applications
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Contact Us

Contact Us

UK Head Office:

ERC Equipoise Limited
6th Floor Stephenson House
2 Cherry Orchard Road
Croydon CR0 6BA
London U.K.

+44 (0) 20 8256 1150

ERC Equipoise Pte Ltd
32 Pekin Street
#05 – 01

ERCE Australia Pty Ltd
2a/83 Havelock Street,
West Perth WA 6005

+08 9322 2675

ERC Evolution (Canada) Ltd.
Suite 500 – 602
12 Ave SW
AB, T2R 1J3

ERCE Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
Level 18, Equatorial Plaza,
Jalan Sultan Ismail,
Kuala Lumpur. 50250

+603 2615 2733