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Azzera selected by P&WC for carbon offset solutions
Together, Azzera and Pratt & Whitney are making it easier for aircraft operators to not only offset their emissions but also to understand and quantify the positive environmental impact of their contributions.
Kate Harbosin, business development, business transformation & aftermarket services, Pratt & Whitney Canada and Puja Mahajan, CEO Azzera, seal the deal with a handshake.

Sustainability solutions provider Azzera has been selected to provide carbon credits for Pratt & Whitney Canada's Carbon Offset Service. Azzera will supply a portfolio of high-quality carbon credits rated through its Impact Score, ensuring transparency and integrity.

The engine manufacturer's Carbon Offset Service is available to all P&WC-powered aircraft as a flexible add-on to its Eagle Service Plan or Fleet Management Program engine maintenance agreements. It offers customers a straightforward way to offset their carbon footprint caused by their use of aircraft in a transparent and cost-effective manner, helping support their sustainability objectives.

"Our collaboration with Pratt & Whitney Canada underscores our shared commitment to driving sustainability in the aviation sector," says CEO and co-founder Puja Mahajan. "The Azzera Impact Score ensures that the carbon credits provided are both high-quality and have verified and significant environmental impact. Working with customers such as Pratt & Whitney Canada, we are making it easier for aircraft operators to not only offset their emissions but also to understand and quantify the positive environmental impact of their contributions."

The Azzera Impact Score serves as a reliable quality assurance measure for carbon credit projects. It addresses concerns in the voluntary carbon markets regarding the validity and impact of carbon credits, offering a tangible and auditable metric that mitigates the risk of greenwashing. By evaluating each project's crucial financial and technical achievements, the Azzera Impact Score guarantees impactful environmental action and provides meaningful comparisons vital to public interest.

"We are committed to providing our customers a seamless way of offsetting aviation carbon emissions," says Irene Makris, vice president, customer service, P&WC. "Through our arrangement with Azzera, we provide our customers with a means to compensate for their aviation emissions and help them ensure the quality of their sustainability investment. We are focusing exclusively on CORSIA-eligible credits, adding an additional layer of due diligence to our Carbon Offset Service."

Azzera will be showcasing its products and services at booth J37 during EBACE2024.

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