Who we are

About Us

Carbon & Clean Energy Solutions (CCES) provides services in the field of Clean Energy, Climate Change and Carbon Markets. At CCES we are passionate about creating innovative solutions to our client’s business challenges.

We assist our clients in sustaining and maximizing growth through

  • Innovation and commercialization of low carbon technologies
  • Renewable energy technologies
  • Development of energy efficiency strategies
  • Carbon emissions reduction and sustainability strategies

Our services are tailored to assist companies across the economy in responding to climate change and sustainability issues, managing regulatory compliance, identifying and implementing clean technology investment opportunities, emission reduction opportunities, clean technology transfer strategies; and assessing the business value implications of carbon policy and pricing.

Our Experience

CCES has worked with local industries, multinational companies, utilities and governments on a range of climate change initiatives in Australia, Europe, Africa, Asia and North America.

Experience of our team spans across identification, management & delivery of clean energy and climate change mitigation projects; energy and climate policy research, climate finance; sustainability and carbon markets.

We Are a Proud Member of

Carbon Market Institute Victorian CleanTech Cluster


To deliver the highest quality and innovation in a net-zero emissions world.


Facilitate the transition to a net-zero economy by offering innovative business solutions to our clients.


Clean Energy Solutions

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Climate Finance Solutions

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Safeguard Mechanism Reforms: Consultation Paper

CCES welcome the Australian government’s commitments and actions in reforming the Safeguarding Mechanism, which will not only assist the country in meeting its enhanced NDC target under the Paris Agreement but also pave the way for climate diplomacy and action in the region through the implementation of IPCOS and other future bilateral/multilateral international carbon projects under Article 6.2 of the Paris Agreement.

We understand that the government is considering international offsets in the Safeguard Mechanism only if the units are of high integrity and the mitigation outcome can be formally transferred to count towards Australia’s Paris Agreement commitments; however, international offsets are not proposed to be part of the initial enhanced Safeguard Mechanism. We encourage the provision of using high-integrity international carbon offsets created under Article 6.2 in the enhanced Safeguard Mechanism.

Progressive Climate policy is the Soul of Advanced Australia

Development towards a better society and a better future has always been an utmost priority for Australia. In other words, progress is the soul of Australia, which has enabled the country to navigate its journey from “Australia” to “Advanced Australia”. Unfortunately, in the climate front, the country hasn’t been able to progress further and deliver its citizens a firm climate policy yet. The best time to implement and embrace a progressive climate policy for Australia was ten years ago and the second best time is now.

Time to talk about saving humanity, not just the planet!

It’s time to have a serious conversation on how to save “humanity” from the negative impacts of climate change rather than sticking with the old rhetoric – “save the planet”. As human beings, when we are inspired we do things that we wouldn’t otherwise do. The world needs inspiration to act together; aiming to save humanity by fighting climate change can be the necessary motivation for all in today’s gradually warming world.

Role of Waste to Renewable Energy Projects in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are targets that needs to be met by 2030, meaning, the governments around the world have approximately 12 years to take necessary action to achieve this goal. Reliable, clean and affordable energy has the most important role to play in achieving SDGs as energy is essential to sustainable development.This paper explores the role of waste to renewable energy projects in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The Implementation of Climate Change Mitigation Policy after Paris Agreement

- A Comparative Study on EU, AU, China and Korea

European Union, Australia, China and South Korea are the vital global actors in any movement that will stabilize the global climate at conditions suited to sustainable development for environmental protection and quality of life around the world. Better understanding of their climate regime pre- Paris and post Paris era is of greater importance both in theory and in practice. This comprehensive research paper analyses each of these countries’ key climate change policies and legislations, their INDC key issues, future plans with set of recommendations.

Issues to consider when linking carbon markets

Australia and Korea have policies in place to curb greenhouse gas emissions in their respective countries. The Australian government through its “Direction Action Plan” aims to reduce emissions through investment in new and more efficient technologies, whereas, the Korean government has had in place a national cap-and-trade ETS since 1 January 2015. The existing trading relationships between Australia and Korea can be considered as an important factor when considering carbon market linkages between these two Asia-Pacific countries, as it will not only aid to proliferate climate change mitigation activities in the region but will also assist in addressing leakage concerns (if any) between these two major trading partners. This paper discusses carbon market linkage issues by exploring the opportunities and challenges of market linkage between two-major Asia-Pacific trading partners – Australia and Korea.