In recent years, we have seen leading multinational companies (MNCs) shift their sustainability focus from compliance to strategic leadership. Yet in many Asian countries, scalable green procurement options available to MNCs are limited, complex, difficult to validate, or comparatively expensive. Up until recently, MNCs have tended to prioritise European, North American, or Australian renewable energy options, but meeting global targets means it is now time to make progress in the rest of the world.
Our new, short, provocative, 'TLG On' that highlights five challenges on the road to decarbonisation. Sometimes good strategies require hard work to answer tough questions. But sometimes, it is just as important to figure out what questions still need good answers.
Our work with end users and sustainability throughout Asia keeps growing, reflecting the progressive inversion of the traditional fuel-to-power value chain -- in which the customer is 'somewhere in there, but near the bottom' -- to a paradigm that starts with customer preferences and ends with efforts to meet those preferences.
With that growth, also comes an announcement: TLG can formally unveil the opening of our new office in Bangkok, Thailand. The new office will be led by Chris Starling, Partner, and further enhances our on-the-ground presence in Asia Pacific supporting clients active in the domestic Thai market and across the region.