Updated: Aug 9
A new collaboration between a UK based power generation and storage company, and a global carbon market specialist is set to shield businesses from future energy price increases and provide a stepping-stone to a low-carbon future.
Ylem Energy Ltd. the UK flexible energy generation and storage specialist, which announced the new partnership with ecosecurities, a global environmental services provider with more than two decades of experience in carbon markets and emissions reduction projects, believes it is a significant step in the drive towards the net-zero carbon emissions target.
Working in partnership with Ylem, ecosecurities will provide bespoke solutions to help organisations meet sustainability targets through an end-to-end service which includes engineering services and implementation of energy solutions for decarbonisation of business operations, abatement strategies focused on carbon removals, as well as compensation solutions in the form of offsetting and insetting.
Ian Gadsby, Ylem managing director, said: “Despite the appetite that exists within many businesses to reduce carbon emissions and ultimately achieve net-zero, unfortunately many still remain unclear how to implement measures that will help them achieve their vision.”
“Complimenting Ylem’s state-of-the-art generation systems that fully integrate with the sites they serve, our partnership with ecosecurities will help to provide that clarity and strengthen our ability to help customers begin their journey towards net-zero.”
The partnership will also help to ensure customers have complete transparency when it comes to offsetting emissions, with links to specific projects and climate mitigation solutions.
Pablo Fernandez, ecosecurities CEO, said: “ecosecurities provides a wide range of project and advisory services as well as sustainability solutions and can offer access to projects and markets through our network of 20 locations all over the world. “We look forward to working closely with Ylem and help its customers to reduce their reliance on grid-supplied electricity, reducing costs, and moving towards a sustainable and low-carbon future.”
In addition to offering guaranteed savings, Ylem’s generation systems can either part or fully operate on hydrogen fuel, supporting the UK’s legally binding targets for tackling climate change and decarbonising the grid. Ylem has brought over 30MW of flexible power generation online in the last year and has an overall target of building a company portfolio of 150MW.