Partners in Performance has received recognition for its roadmap to support businesses with their net-zero ambitions, with the firm making the AFR’s annual most innovative companies list.
As organisations around the world embark on their transitions to net zero, many of the world’s largest consulting firms have scrambled to meet the demand.
“We are honoured to see our Energy Transition Roadmap recognised”, said Partners in Performance founder and managing director Skipp Williamson, who is considered one of the nation’s most influential consultants. “This achievement is testimony to the collective realisation that industry is already making strides towards a net zero world, but more needs to be done to achieve meaningful results within the next 10 to 20 years.”
The Energy Transition Roadmap, the firm says, was established with the aim of supporting corporate emissions reduction goals with realistic, net present value (NPV) positive initiatives, which are developed in partnership and tailored to each client alongside the necessary capability building. The pragmatic, outcome-focused approach leverages subject matter expertise combined with an individual fact-based evaluation of energy options and economics.