The new organisation will work in tandem with Longevity Partners, offering a ‘one-stop-shop’ approach to managing transitional climate risk for public and private bodies. Longevity Partners advises clients on how to ‘future-proof’ properties. Meanwhile Longevity Power will work with a wider global audience to deliver on their net-zero carbon commitments such as installing on-site renewable energy solutions.
Longevity Power’s offering will centre around four core services: Renewable energy strategy; On-site renewable energy implementation; Off-site energy procurement with corporate Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and Electric vehicle infrastructure deployment.
The tag line ‘Positive Energy’ reflects the fact that Longevity Power focuses on responsibly sourced materials to reduce the overall embodied carbon related to its projects and ensure that the clean energy transition has a positive impact on society and the planet.
Anthony Maguire, Director of Longevity Power, said: “At Longevity Partners, we increasingly found that clients wanted a company to take them from start to finish, setting ESG targets and seeing them through to implementation. By introducing Longevity Power, we are able to offer clients a full end-to-end approach and reassure them that their properties are going to be resilient in the face of climate change – whether that’s by optimising on-site renewable energy solutions, or through the introduction of EV charge points to anticipate occupants’ needs over the coming decade.”