Carbon Strategy


Our Carbon management main services

Your key benefits

  • Know your vulnerability to Carbon taxes, Oil & Gas prices increase by checking your carbon footprint
  • Make your employees aware of the climate-Energy issues, a unifying issue and a source of growth
  • Take the ascendancy over your competitors by anticipating the "Carbon impact"
  • Carbonexit is an accredited by the leading French Institution ADEME-ABC
  • Carbonexit covers French national standard and international standard



Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) under high surveillance due to their impact on the climate

As a result of the continuous increase in world population, CO2 emissions are continuously increasing as well. Indeed, this population increase leads to a sharp increase in energy consumption through agricultural needs, increased industrial production, increased residential energy consumption (in particular due to air conditioning) and, of course, mobility.

States have put in place many incentive mechanisms to limit this increase.

  • Implementation of emission standards
  • Regional markets for CO2
  • Implementation of Carbon Tax

While until recently many companies have monitored these developments from fairly far, they are now much more interested. Indeed, a significant increase in the cost associated with greenhouse gas emissions is anticipated. The price per tonne of CO2 could actually rise from 5 € / tonne to nearly 100 € / tonne according to numerous studies. Many companies are now working to internalize this carbon price to make the most sensible choices regarding their investments. This peripheral problem is now at the center of business concerns.

Of course, these changes encourage innovation to develop more virtuous products and services. Particular emphasis is placed on sustainability and reduced impacts in terms of resources, consumption of raw materials. If greenwashing still exists, it is no less true that green innovation is now irrigating all the departments in charge of development in companies.

Now some sectors are being shaken by changes in regulations or business models. Plastic bags have been banned in many countries, some bulbs (eg halogens) will no longer be marketed in the near future in Europe. Collaborative consumption now pushes to no longer possess certain objects but to lease them according to your needs and more and more consumers fight against programmed obsolescence. And this - of course - has a direct impact on the companies that manufacture these products.

While some companies have anticipated these changes because they belong to sectors that are particularly exposed to the environmental dimension, others unfortunately do not anticipate this paradigm shift, which is also an enormous source of growth through innovation.


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