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Syzygy Renewables

Company Name: Syzygy Renewables

Headquarters: London

Website: http://syzygyconsulting.eu/

Headcount: Undisclosed

Profile: Syzygy describes itself as the UK's most experienced Low Carbon Technology Consultancy for the property sector.

Its aim is to align sustainable behaviour with commercial realities for its clients.

As such it enables clients to produce energy themselves through embedded generation and provide advice on electric vehicle charging. The company aims to help firms change the way they think about energy by "bringing it to life for them, demonstrating how sustainable behaviour is good business".

In 2017 Syzygy delivered 2.6MW of renewable energy projects, which have generated 1,570,000 kWh to date, saving 900 tonnes of carbon and are expected to save a further 17,775 tonnes over the next 25 years.

The company has also delivered over 160 embedded generation projects to date and advised every FTSE100 Real Estate Investment Company. No other consultancy has advised on more embedded energy generating projects, it says.

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