Quantifiable definition

Quantifiable means, in the context of offset projects, the ability to accurately measure and calculate GHG reductions or GHG removal enhancements relative to a project baseline in a reliable and replicable manner for all GHG emission sources, GHG sinks, or GHG reservoirs included within the offset project boundary, while accounting for uncertainty and activity-shifting leakage and market-shifting leakage.
Quantifiable means an emission reduction that can be reliably and replicably measured or determined.
Quantifiable means that a reliable basis to estimate emission reductions in terms of both their amount and characteristics can be established, as determined by the Air Pollution Control Officer. Quantification may be based upon emission factors, stack tests, monitored values, operating rates and averaging times, process or production inputs, mass balances or other reasonable measurement or estimating practices.

Examples of Quantifiable in a sentence

  • Quantifiable standards for revegetation adequate to show that a sustainable stand of vegetation has been established which will support the approved post-mining land use.

  • Quantifiable, scientifically valid parameters that will demonstrate achievement of objectives, and standards for these parameters by which progress will be measured, are identified.

  • Quantifiable and nonquantifiable health risk reduction benefits for which there is a factual basis in the rulemaking record to conclude that such benefits are likely to occur as the result of treatment to comply with each level.

  • The John Muir Geothermal Wells project was publicly bid on February 26, 2019, with a total of two (2) bids being received.

  • In addition to the criteria listed in ITB 32.2 (a) - (e) the following criteria shall apply:1.1 Quantifiable Nonconformities, Errors and Omissions [insert project specific requirements] The evaluated amount of quantifiable nonconformities, errors and/or omissions shall be determined by ascertaining the price of such effect on an equal basis by adjusting the same to the quoted price of the bid.


More Definitions of Quantifiable

Quantifiable. (Reductions) means that the amount, rate and characteristics of emission reductions can be determined by methods that are considered reliable by the Department and the Administrator of the EPA.
Quantifiable means, with respect to emissions, or the emissions involved in equivalent emission limits and emission trades, capable of being measured or otherwise determined in terms of quantity and assessed in terms of character. Quantification may be based on emission factors, stack tests, monitored values, operating rates and averaging times, materials used in a process or production, modeling, or other reasonable measurement practices.
Quantifiable means that the amount, rate, and characteristics of the emission reduction credit can be estimated through a reliable, reproducible method.
Quantifiable means emission reductions can be reliably determined through the use of well-established, publicly available emission factors and calculation methodologies, as outlined in current Carl Moyer Program Guidelines4 and the proposed FARMER Program Guidelines.
Quantifiable means the ability to accurately measure and calculate the GHG reduction relative to a project baseline in a reliable and replicable manner for all GHG emission sources and sinks included within the boundary of the carbon offset project, while accounting for uncertainty and leakage.
Quantifiable means measurable with an acceptable degree of accuracy and reliability.
Quantifiable means that the amount, rate and characteristics of the Emission Reduction Credit can be estimated through a reliable method and are approved by the Division.