KPMG in Cyprus and EnergyIntel have signed a partnership agreement for the provision of the innovative, energy-efficient solution, PayGreen.
Based on the agreement, both companies will work collaboratively to install two photovoltaic modules both at KPMG buildings in Nicosia and Limassol, with a total capacity of 100 KWp. KPMG photovoltaic installations are expected to produce 156.000 KWh per year, while saving 109.200 tons of CO2.
Commenting on the collaboration, Ms. Eugenia Herodotou, Chief Executive Officer of EnergyIntel, stated: “It is with great pleasure and satisfaction that we join forces with the team of KPMG in Cyprus. We feel confident that this partnership will enhance the future prospects of the PayGreen solution we are offering.”
On behalf of KPMG in Cyprus, the CEO of the Firm, Mr. Christos Vasiliou, stated: “Within the framework of our KPMG Impact Plan that is being implemented on a global level, we commit to our target to become a net-zero carbon organisation by 2030 and to achieve 100% renewable electricity. We are excited to embark into this collaboration with EnergyIntel, which will supplement our organisation’s efforts to save energy while taking one more step towards protecting the environment in which we operate.”
About KPMG in Cyprus
KPMG has been operating in Cyprus since 1948 and currently employs more than 850 professionals working from 6 offices across the island (Nicosia, Limassol, Larnaca, Paphos, Paralimni and Polis Chrysochous). It is a member of KPMG International Limited, a global organisation of independent professional services firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. KPMG operates in 146 countries and territories and has approximately 227.000 people working in member firms around the world. Clients look to KPMG for a consistent standard of service based on high-order professional capabilities, industry insight, local knowledge, and expertise.
EnergyIntel is a reputable company registered in Cyprus, with main operations in the field of renewable energy for the last 15 years. EnergyIntel participated in the design and implementation of several energy projects in Cyprus and Greece (total project capacity 150MW) and has being active in providing consulting services to both banks and investment funds, for the development of energy projects in Cyprus.