Sustainability

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As stakeholder expectations around sustainability governance and economic, environmental, and social performance increase, companies that rise to the challenge are better positioned to succeed not just in the sustainability world, but are able to future-proof themselves against climate-related uncertainties and improve their long-term financial outlook. No longer the sole purview of a small working group, sustainability is moving up the boardroom agenda into all aspects of a business and its value chain. More than ever, businesses see sustainability as a tool to improve risk mitigation and, subsequently, as a driver of value creation.

At Edison Energy, we have assembled the expertise to impart knowledge, help craft the strategy, improve performance, and carve out a leadership position for your company among peers and competitors, no matter where you are currently in your sustainability journey.

Sustainability can mean many things to many people, and we help clients define and implement sustainability strategies that fit their company and that positively impact environmental, social, and economic indicators. We meet clients where they are in their sustainability journey and help them take the next step forward toward impact.

We have deep expertise in developing, balancing, and implementing a sustainability portfolio of actions for clients in many different industries and geographies, so we’re well-positioned to assist you with creating a multifaceted sustainability strategy which integrates environmental, social, and economic aspects which are relevant and material to the success of your business.

Sustainability can mean many things to many people, and we help clients define and implement sustainability strategies that fit their company and that positively impact environmental, social, and economic indicators. We meet clients where they are in their sustainability journey and help them take the next step forward toward impact.

We have deep expertise in developing, balancing, and implementing a sustainability portfolio of actions for clients in many different industries and geographies, so we’re well-positioned to assist you with creating a multifaceted sustainability strategy which integrates environmental, social, and economic aspects which are relevant and material to the success of your business.

Understanding your carbon footprint is a critical first step in making meaningful reductions. With this foundation, you can then determine the next steps of your sustainability strategy using your own data as a guide.

Understanding your carbon footprint is a critical first step in making meaningful reductions. With this foundation, you can then determine the next steps of your sustainability strategy using your own data as a guide.

Many sustainability and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) impacts fall outside of our clients’ direct operations and lie within their supply chain. Companies are increasingly being held accountable for supplier performance, as Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions can be a significant portion of a company’s total greenhouse gas footprint.

Addressing supply chain impacts can help companies streamline operations, grow brand equity, and improve financial performance.

Many sustainability and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) impacts fall outside of our clients’ direct operations and lie within their supply chain. Companies are increasingly being held accountable for supplier performance, as Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions can be a significant portion of a company’s total greenhouse gas footprint.

Addressing supply chain impacts can help companies streamline operations, grow brand equity, and improve financial performance.

Advances in energy efficiency, renewable energy, distributed energy, storage, energy management and grid technology are opening diverse pathways to a decarbonized future. Whether you’re considering setting a sustainability or ESG goal, are considering the best way to get started, or are ready for implementation, we help clients build a custom portfolio of actions to achieve their sustainability goals. This portfolio approach provides balance in risk, cost, and is done at an enterprise level to set you up for success whether your goal is a 10% greenhouse gas reduction or a carbon positive aspiration.

Chart a path, capture and evaluate energy and carbon data, and take action to improve performance across your value chain.

Advances in energy efficiency, renewable energy, distributed energy, storage, energy management and grid technology are opening diverse pathways to a decarbonized future. Whether you’re considering setting a sustainability or ESG goal, are considering the best way to get started, or are ready for implementation, we help clients build a custom portfolio of actions to achieve their sustainability goals. This portfolio approach provides balance in risk, cost, and is done at an enterprise level to set you up for success whether your goal is a 10% greenhouse gas reduction or a carbon positive aspiration.

Chart a path, capture and evaluate energy and carbon data, and take action to improve performance across your value chain.

Leading organizations are adopting science-based greenhouse gas reduction targets, which provide companies with a clearly defined path to reduce emissions in line with the Paris Agreement goals. More than a thousand businesses around the world are already working with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), many of which are Edison Energy clients.

We help companies commit, develop, submit, communicate, and disclose progress towards their SBTs and do so in accordance with the latest climate science and SBTi guidance. We understand that the target validation progress is an admirable undertaking and an advanced milestone in a company’s sustainability journey. That is why we’ll also help you set energy consumption and greenhouse gas reduction targets and goals that are not part of the science-based target initiative but are important steps in your sustainability strategy development.

Leading organizations are adopting science-based greenhouse gas reduction targets, which provide companies with a clearly defined path to reduce emissions in line with the Paris Agreement goals. More than a thousand businesses around the world are already working with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), many of which are Edison Energy clients.

We help companies commit, develop, submit, communicate, and disclose progress towards their SBTs and do so in accordance with the latest climate science and SBTi guidance. We understand that the target validation progress is an admirable undertaking and an advanced milestone in a company’s sustainability journey. That is why we’ll also help you set energy consumption and greenhouse gas reduction targets and goals that are not part of the science-based target initiative but are important steps in your sustainability strategy development.

As you set challenging climate change and renewable energy goals, our in-depth briefings on energy attribute certificates (EACs, including RECs, I-RECs and GOs) and carbon instruments, additionality, trading and applicability in GHG accounting help inform your decisions as you work to achieve those goals.

As you set challenging climate change and renewable energy goals, our in-depth briefings on energy attribute certificates (EACs, including RECs, I-RECs and GOs) and carbon instruments, additionality, trading and applicability in GHG accounting help inform your decisions as you work to achieve those goals.

To meet increased demand for transparency from various stakeholders, companies are disclosing non-financial key performance indicators (KPIs), like sustainability or environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. We help companies develop transparency in ESG and sustainability metrics to not only meet these stakeholder demands, but to also promote resiliency at an enterprise level. This approach allows our clients to communicate a more holistic view of corporate performance to increase stakeholder trust.

To meet increased demand for transparency from various stakeholders, companies are disclosing non-financial key performance indicators (KPIs), like sustainability or environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. We help companies develop transparency in ESG and sustainability metrics to not only meet these stakeholder demands, but to also promote resiliency at an enterprise level. This approach allows our clients to communicate a more holistic view of corporate performance to increase stakeholder trust.

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Overview

We launched our Sustainability Advisory practice in 2020 as an additional way to help clients set and achieve their energy and sustainability goals.

Through this practice, we help clients understand sustainability-related risks, identify opportunities to reduce costs, and develop and execute their corporate sustainability goals. Edison can help clients with sustainability needs from carbon footprinting and climate risk assessments, through to comprehensive strategy and goal setting.

Our Sustainability Advisory practice, combined with the implementation capabilities of Edison Energy’s other business lines allows us to design the optimal sustainable energy portfolio for clients to help clients achieve their sustainability goals – from energy audits to virtual power purchase agreements to renewable thermal. Our comprehensive energy services not only help clients improve their own footprint but also enable them to look beyond their own operations to address sustainability within their supply chain.

We meet clients wherever they are in their sustainability journey, help them understand what they can achieve, and support in the execution of their ambitious sustainability vision.

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