Passionate about sustainability and technology, I have spent the last 10 years working in the energy, tech and sustainability sectors. I am currently Head of Sales at Equilibrium where we help companies leverage technology and human expertise to move forward on their sustainability journey.
I started my career in the energy sector at a time when sustainability was taking centre stage. Power generation being a massive contributor to GHG emissions, we had to transition to renewable energy and greener solutions. This is what really started my journey and then I worked on energy efficiency and today on broader ESG issues with Equilibrium.
Our organization is built around sustainability. While we have a relatively low impact compared to other sectors, we are hosting our platform on a cloud provider using renewable energy. Our office is housed in a LEED Platinum building which meets demanding requirements in terms of energy efficiency. We also have a strong emphasis on diversity & inclusion with a dedicated taskforce that is in charge of embedding DEI in our culture through various initiatives.
Our largest impact will be with our clients as we assist them in implementing a number of ESG initiatives so they can track and improve their impact on the planet and society. We work with them at various stage of their journey; from getting started with a stakeholder engagement to more advanced decarbonation strategies.
There are a couple of key challenges I have observed while working with our customers.
My colleagues. I feel incredibly grateful to work with such amazing talents.
I am always willing to share my knowledge and experience around sustainability. Being very close to the start-up scene, I can also recommend innovative solutions to tackle climate change.
Carbon Footprint, Sustainability Reporting, ESG Strategy
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Energy and electricity
Strategy, Governance & company mission (including Reporting)
Carbon Management and Carbon Footprint