3 key reasons for corporations to act on energy and carbon management now
Supply chain pressure
Increasingly large businesses require non-financial disclosure of their supply chain’s carbon footprint, product energy intensity, and emissions reduction plan.
Winning business or retaining relationships now demands energy efficiency measures and carbon management. Sustainability is often part of supplier arrangements, a response to tender, or RFQ.
Implement energy efficiencies to protect your business from rising power costs. Reduce costs and improve your chance to win clean energy funding.
Clean energy grants:
Can your business take advantage of federal government funding? Contact us to find out if you are eligible for the $1 Billion Clean Energy Futures package.
As well as improving the bottom line, reducing your footprint increases staff attraction and retention, and generates good will and a stronger brand. First movers gain the strategic advantage over competitors not yet acting on climate change, or operating within the carbon economy.
How Pangolin Associates can help
Conduct an energy audit
Reduce energy consumption, your costs and your footprint at the same time. Read about energy audits.
Measure your carbon footprint
Show your customers you care about your business’ impact. Set reduction targets and analyse the results. Go further, use these results to plan for carbon neutrality.
Find out about becoming certified carbon neutral under NCOS (National Carbon Offset Standard). This is the only recognised certification in Australia.
Talk to us about additional sustainability initiatives
- Environmental Management System (EMS) under ISO:14001
Pangolin Associates’ team can guide you through the process. This is a comprehensive system to embed sustainability within your organisation.
- Staff engagement
This is a comprehensive online survey. It includes a detailed report on your staff’s travel to and from work, along with attitudes towards climate change. It will help you determine viable, lasting sustainability across your business.
- Carbon price modelling
Our Carbon Strategy and Risk Report measures the impact of Australia’s Carbon Pricing Mechanism on your organisation.
The assessment takes into account your expenditure on goods and services over the course of a financial year. It then applies the impact of the carbon price for the 3 fixed price years.
We interpolate potential costs through the most carbon intensive areas of your supply chain, based on financial accounts and invoicing data.
Our industry experience covers a range of multi-national, corporate sectors. Clients include:
- IT companies
- Global beverage manufactures and distributors
- Top tier legal firms
- National entertainment providers
- ASX listed entities including building management and investment