Environmental market traders merge
Renewable Energy Certificate agents Green Energy Trading and the National Carbon Bank of Australia (NCBA) have merged to strengthen their position in the Australian environmental trading market. Both companies work with Australian businesses and households take up incentive schemes for the installation of solar power, water heating and energy efficiency projects.
By partnering with NCBA, the Green Energy Group now has a presence in Melbourne, Sydney and the Sunshine Coast. NCBA will continue to operate as a national brand and maintain its offices in Brookvale, NSW, with the Melbourne team operating from Green Energy Trading’s offices in Hawthorn.
Founded in 2007 by Ric Brazzale, Green Energy Trading has grown to be one of Australia’s leading environmental certificate agents working across several government schemes. Since 2012, NCBA has supported over 2000 different energy savers and progressively and sustainably expanded their core services across numerous lighting schemes.
NCBA Managing Director Jo Hoatson said, “I’m thrilled about what this will mean for our NCBA customers who will benefit from the national reach and stronger trading position of our combined offering.”
Green Energy Trading CEO Luke Konynenburg saw the merge as a fantastic opportunity to strengthen the company’s position in the NSW market.
“NCBA has been the standout leader in NSW Lighting Activities for several years, and we’ve admired their local knowledge and exceptional service levels. The real strength of NCBA is their exceptional team, and their commitment to delivering the highest levels of service and insight to their clients.
“We’re excited at the opportunity to see what we can achieve together with the additional resources of the Green Energy Group,” he said.
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