Germany-based corporate climate action solution provider ClimatePartner announced today the establishment of a new UK office, and a expansion of its international team. The new London office will serve the English-speaking market, with coverage including the UK, US, Australia and other countries.
ClimatePartner provides comprehensive company and product carbon footprint measurement with certified carbon offsetting projects as well as emissions reduction and avoidance strategies, providing services to over 2,500 companies in 35 countries. The company provides a suite of services relating to climate action strategy including CO2 reduction, CDP reporting and science-based targets, as well as a growing portfolio of certified carbon offset projects.
Moritz Lehmkuhl, founder and Managing Director of ClimatePartner, said:
“The team expansion and the opening of the office in London are further elements in ClimatePartner’s growth strategy, which includes the approach of new markets as well as additional areas of expertise. We are therefore pleased to be able to help more and more companies to take on responsibility and become active in the fight against climate change with top-class experts and over 15 years of experience.”
The London office will be led by newly hired Emilien Hoet. Prior to joining ClimatePartner, Mr. Hoet was a Parternships Manager at consultancy and technology company Provenance, responsible for leading the company’s partnership strategy, and consulting clients on how to make their value chains more sustainable and transparent. The London team will also consist of Giannina Bontempo, Maria Oldeen and Ugne Vaitiekunaite, who all joined the firm over the past year, and will work together servicing companies from the UK. Additionally, Craig Davis, former Head of Sales and Marketing at Tesla Motors Europe will focus on the USA and Australian markets in his role of International Sales Manager, while Yen-Ju Ho, who cover international markets such as China and Taiwan.
ClimatePartner stated that the establishment of the new office is intended to meet growing awareness among UK companies and consumers of the importance of taking immediate and effective action to protect the climate.