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Barclays, Jaguar Buy Ghanaian CO2 Credits, ClimateCare Says

Barclays Plc and Jaguar Land Rover have bought carbon credits from a Ghanaian project that uses faster-cooking stoves to burn less fuel, according to ClimateCare, an emissions-reduction project developer.

ClimateCare sold some credits last week at 11 euros ($14.55) a metric ton, Edward Hanrahan, a founder and director of ClimateCare, said in a telephone interview. Barclays, Land Rover and CDC Group Plc, Britain’s development finance unit, are among buyers from the project, he said.