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Natural Capital Partners is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with energy advisor Edison Energy to deliver an expanded range of global climate solutions to our clients.
Edison Energy is an independent advisor delivering comprehensive, data-driven and integrated energy solutions. The company provides global energy portfolio management with specialised delivery services in analytics, renewables and sustainability, as well as supply and demand solutions. Natural Capital Partners is a single-source solution provider of environmental instrument portfolios, including Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) in North America, Guarantees of Origin (GOs) in Europe, and International RECs (I-RECs) across the rest of the world, as well as carbon credits from projects that generate emission reductions and support many of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
“This collaboration gives our clients access to an expanded set of tools which can be customized to meet their specific renewable energy goals anywhere in the world,” commented Mark LaCroix, Executive Vice President, Americas, at Natural Capital Partners. “As more and more companies set global climate targets like RE100, carbon neutrality and Science Based reductions, they are looking for multi-pronged solutions: renewable energy PPAs in the markets where they’re available and appropriate, complemented by unbundled renewable energy instruments, which may be particularly important in overseas markets, and carbon offsets to address Scope 1 and 3 emissions.”
“We’re seeing more and more interest from our customers on this,” said Duncan McIntyre, President, Renewable Energy Advisory Services, Edison Energy. “Consumer packaged goods companies and manufacturers are looking up their supply chains and have footprints in countries that don’t have a PPA-friendly energy market that would allow them to pursue the strategies they’ve been pursuing in North America and Mexico. Universities are wanting to offset the climate impacts of employee commuting or student travel. Companies for which transportation fuel is a major emissions source will require carbon instruments to address their impacts.”