We are your partner in climate neutrality


In the context of the global and business challenge towards net-zero emissions, we offer comprehensive services to assist businesses in their transition towards a low-carbon economy. This path to neutrality begins with the establishment of a robust greenhouse gas inventory, serving as a starting point to understand and manage emissions. We then collaborate with companies to set ambitious, science-based reduction targets, ensuring they align with the global goals of limiting warming to 1.5°C. We support this process with a solid decarbonisation plan, involving the adoption of more sustainable technologies and practices, considering both the potential reduction of each measure and the costs and financial impact on the business model.

Additionally, through our approach, we consider emissions offsetting and carbon removal from the atmosphere as key components to achieve net-zero emissions. This entails investing in carbon offset projects, such as reforestation or carbon capture, to balance out unavoidable emissions.

We also assist companies in identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks stemming from climate change, as well as identifying opportunities and determining their financial impact. This exercise will be pivotal as part of a resilient transition towards a low-carbon economy.


  • Organisational carbon footprints

  • Product carbon footprints

  • Value chain Scope 3

  • Verification assistance

  • Registration at the Spanish Climate Change Office (OECC)


  • Energy audits

  • Cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analysis

  • Science-based reduction targets (SBTi, Race to Zero)

  • Decarbonisation strategies and roadmaps


  • Compensation strategies

  • Neutralisation strategies

  • Purchase of carbon credits

  • Neutrality certifications organisation product event PAS 2060


  • Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)

  • Analysis and prioritisation of physical and transitional risks

  • Identification and analysis of climate change opportunities

  • Financial impact of risks and opportunities


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With regards to corporate sustainability, we play a essential role in providing a wide range of services designed to assist companies in their transition towards a low-carbon economy and the development of socially and environmentally sustainable operations. Our services encompass key areas, such as ESG strategy design in line with global standards and sustainable reporting; driving the circular economy to optimise resource use and promote zero waste; developing biodiversity strategies that consider measuring the impact, dependencies, and risks related to nature and ecosystems, and designing a roadmap towards a Nature Positive impact.

Our comprehensive strategy not only enables companies to meet their social and environmental responsibilities but also provides them with an opportunity to drive innovation, reduce costs, and strengthen relationships with stakeholders. In a world that increasingly prioritises responsible business practices and long-term viability, our holistic approach supports corporate transformation while promoting resilience and success. We recognize the importance of addressing environmental, social, and economic aspects to ensure a sustainable future and align with societal values.


Environmental markets are not only tools for regulatory compliance but also drivers of positive change. They facilitate the transition towards a low-carbon and more sustainable economy while providing economic opportunities. Thus, these instruments play a prominent role in global efforts to address the environmental challenges we face.

Within the realm of emissions management, we provide guidance to ensure compliance with greenhouse gas emissions limits. Simultaneously, we promote innovation and efficiency in emissions reduction, addressing issues such as regulatory compliance, greenhouse gas emissions monitoring, and assessing the impact of regulation related to the markets.

In the area of Energy Saving Certificates, we support organisations that have implemented energy efficiency measures in all procedures for certifying energy reductions, in addition to trading the generated assets (ESCs) and developing methodologies for quantifying energy savings, leveraging extensive technical experience as traders and delegated entities in major environmental markets.

  • Emission allowances
  • Emission monitoring plans
  • Methodological monitoring plans
  • Activity level reports
  • Management of compensatory allowances indirect costs and electro intensive)
  • Annual reporting and verification assistance
  • Biomass sustainability certification
  • Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)
  • Regulatory impact analysis in the shipping sector (UK ETS, Fuel, EU Maritime Energy Taxation)
  • Identification and analysis of energy efficiency actions
  • Design of methodologies for singular projects
  • Generation of files and processing of EPCs
  • Commercialisation of CAEs as a delegated subject


The ongoing ambition of the European Union in energy and climate matters is driving changes towards the consolidation of an unprecedented energy transition. The ambitions of governments at all levels are materialized through public policies that advance towards decarbonisation, climate resilience, and the circular economy.

In energy and mitigation, we collaborate with European governments to facilitate the energy transition across all sectors, focusing on energy savings, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. Additionally, through promoting the circular economy, we help structure and promote sustainable production and consumption practices, circularity strategies in processes, and roadmaps towards zero waste. From the perspective of climate change adaptation, we conduct sectoral and multi-hazard climate risk analyses, enabling us to develop strategies that enhance the resilience of the territories where we operate.

All of this is further reinforced through climate finance, where we support project proposal processes for funding from organisations such as the Green Climate Fund, as well as accrediting entities managing these funds and driving actions that promote private sector climate financing.