GreenCollar’s Strategic Investment in EnergyLink Services Creates an ‘End to End’ Service for Businesses Seeking to Decarbonise

Australia’s largest environmental markets developer and investor, GreenCollar, has made an investment in carbon, energy and sustainability-focused advisory firm, EnergyLink Services,

The transaction will forge a strategic partnership that will increase end-to-end services to business, particularly agribusiness, in their efforts to decarbonise, satisfy net zero commitments, assess and mitigate impact on nature.

“GreenCollar and EnergyLink Services have been working together closely for a long time now. It made perfect sense to streamline our operations so clients can come to one organisation to develop comprehensive on-farm decarbonisation strategies that maximise value while improving biodiversity, carbon stock and maintaining or increasing productivity,” said GreenCollar Chief Strategy Officer, Pierre Josset.

“For example, our new partnership will be able to cover everything from emissions baselining to assessment for reduction in energy and carbon footprints, carbon revenue potential, project development, decarbonisation strategy and implementation plans, action plans for opportunities and monitoring and verification of energy savings.”

In combination with the environmental services provided by GreenCollar’s nature-based land management projects, EnergyLink Services will add its significant expertise in establishing energy and carbon inventories, recommending energy efficiency improvements, designing fuel switching and electrification options and establishing contracts to procure renewable energy for small and medium-sized enterprises and large corporates across a diversity of sectors.

“This convergence of our organisations means we can build on our values-driven approach to prepare businesses for the low carbon and nature-led transition by maximising EnergyLink’s engineering and GreenCollar’s environmental market and finance expertise,” said EnergyLink Services CEO, Philip Link.

“This partnership means we can better assist sectors including heavy industry, food and beverage and manufacturing, by providing end-to-end services leveraging an array of environmental services, markets and products.”