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Reduce Your Carbon Footprint


Trade Your Carbon

Whether you are a buyer or a seller, we can help you. The process is simple and we manage everything for you. Simply log in to the Tit for Tat platform, set up your energy trade and allow us to do the rest for you.

Tit for Tat (TFT) is a division of Solar Rais (Pty) Ltd that offers clients the opportunity to acquire solar renewable energy certificates (sRECS) and offset carbon omissions. We provide a platform for prosumers to trade their carbon offsets from energy produced for some extra cash in the bank. Renewable energy is not only beneficial for providing sustainable energy and reducing carbon commissions which are harmful to the environment. You can also benefit by trading the energy you produce and getting compensated for it. 

Join our sustainable network

We manage over 60MW of clean energy assets for our buyers and sellers, which means we create more leverage to bring better prices and more opportunities.

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And we are increasing our energy trade portfolio daily!

Explore our curated projects

How Does it Work?

Make Your Project

Our portfolio of projects provide an overview of the sustainable initiatives and environmental benefits that our project owners have developed in efforts to provide for a more sustainable and green environment.

Authenticate Project

We work hand in hand with our project owners to ensure that the required due diligence is conducted and that our renewable projects are verified and authenticated according to the required standards for carbon trade.

Tit for Tat

You are sitting on a commodity that can earn you a little extra cash in the bank or business. Our agents can help you find buyers or sellers for your renewable energy installation or needs for a nominal fee.  

What are sRECS?

Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (sRECS) are performance-based solar incentives that allow you to earn additional income from solar electricity generated by your solar panels. As a solar pv system owner, you can earn one sREC for every megawatt hour (MWh), or 1,000 kilowatt hours (kWhs), of electricity your solar panel system generates, Read More…