EKI Energy Enters Footprint in Dubai
EKI Energy Services Ltd, one of the leading carbon credit developers and suppliers globally, has entered its footprints in Dubai, the business hub of Western Asia.
December 17, 2021. By Manu Tayal
With the expansion of its footprint in the global carbon market, EKI, popularly known as EnKing International, has incorporated a wholly-owned subsidiary company named ‘EnKing International FZCO’ in Dubai free zone (IFAZA).
Commenting on the development, Manish Dabkara, CEO and CMD of EKI Energy Services Ltd, said that, “we are truly excited to set foot in the beautiful city of Dubai. This strategic move will enable us to strengthen our operations in the Middle East as we fast-track the climate change ambitions of businesses here. As we continue to expand our presence globally, we promise to consistently endeavor to build a sustainable future in all the markets with our comprehensive bouquet of turnkey solutions for carbon asset management.”
The company said in a statement that through this move, it will be able to widen the scope of its climate actions to newer markets.
Currently, EKI has over 2,500 clients across 40 countries and its offerings include Carbon Credit/Asset Management, Carbon Credit Supply, Carbon Footprint Management, Sustainability Audits, as well as Carbon Neutrality and Climate Positive initiatives.
BSE-listed company EKI Energy Services was founded in 2008 and is a premier carbon credit developer and supplier in the world. The company has been working towards rehabilitating the planet to a future of net-zero carbon emission. It offers sustainable solutions for climate change and carbon offset with global standards like CDM, VCS, Gold Standard (GS), GCC, IREC, TIGR, and GES. It offers strategic solutions to businesses and organizations globally to achieve their climate ambitions.
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