We are delighted to announce our strategic partnership with leading AI-powered decarbonization platform, Unravel Carbon. Leveraging the power of artificial intelligence, Unravel Carbon helps companies measure, track, reduce, and report their carbon emissions, which will fast-track their ability to measure supply chain carbon profile, generate reduction pathways and auto-populate regulatory disclosure reports.
This comes at a time of rapid change for the decarbonisation space; innovative software solutions have paved the way for a surge in the adoption of carbon management technologies. Last year, APAC’s carbon management software market was valued at $64 million and is poised to grow 22% by 2028, making it the fastest growing region in the world.
Unravel Carbon’s Director of Growth and Strategy, Naina Verghese shares, “we’re thrilled to work alongside the experts at RESET Carbon. We need more advisors who think like them in the world, harnessing the dual power of deeply understanding the carbon management space and having the technical know-how of implementing decarbonization solutions.”
The partnership is set to strengthen our offerings across Asia, where Unravel Carbon has earned recognition as a leading solution, serving global brands like Global Fashion Group, Arla, and Interplex. Our clients will benefit directly from the partnership, with the Carbon Management Technology Advisory Service playing a key role in solution implementation as part of our commitment to delivering comprehensive, fit-for-purpose carbon management solutions.
We are excited to partner with Unravel Carbon, leveraging the use of AI in the carbon management space, and underscoring our commitment to engage innovative solutions to meet the urgent demands of the climate crisis. Ellen Wu, General Manager for Mainland China and Taiwan at RESET Carbon shares that, ‘‘As the crisis intensifies, we need solutions that empower companies to decarbonize by managing their carbon data at speed and at scale – Unravel Carbon’s solution is working to help businesses to do just that.”