Global consultancy and construction company Mace is partnering with Persefoni, a climate management and accounting platform (CMAP) to accelerate decarbonisation across the world’s built environment.
The partnership aims to offer clients a cost-effective solution to carbon reduction in construction and operation of buildings.
The alliance will combine Mace’s technical delivery expertise with Persefoni’s climate management technology to produce better project efficiency and deliver measurable and impactful outcomes. The firms will introduce innovative software to help the built environment respond to increasing regulatory complexity and deliver decarbonisation targets with greater speed.
Persefoni turns consumption and emissions data into action, simplifying and accelerating the decarbonisation journey, enabling quantifiable progress towards a lower carbon footprint. Clients will benefit from an automated and digitised central repository for carbon data to enable climate action under Mace’s guidance.
Carbon-neutral Mace said last year that it had secured a forward pipeline of advisory services which, once delivered, would save a million tonnes of carbon emissions for its clients.
Jason Offerman, Persefoni’s president and COO, said: “The built environment generates as much as 40% of the world’s annual CO2 emissions, and it will play a critical role in any solution to the climate crisis.
“Together, we will address immediate needs and configure solutions purpose-built for the sector.”