LeaseGreen is a Finnish company dedicated to helping clients in the property sector to improve their profitability and environmental sustainability by enhancing energy efficiency. We seek out the best solutions available and realise projects designed to meet our clients’ goals effectively.
- We conduct surveys to identify useful measures
- We plan entire projects in collaboration with clients
- We implement the necessary measures
- We monitor and report on outcomes
- Our clients pay for our services from the savings achieved through their projects
- Monthly fees are invariably lower than the immediate savings
- After the end of the project, subsequent savings are enjoyed in their entirety by the property owners
At LeaseGreen we are continuously reshaping our client-centred services and business processes to make further improvements in quality and efficiency. We seek out the best experts in the field, work closely with expert professional partners, and choose tried and trusted technical solutions for our energy efficiency projects.
Our business is growing rapidly. We already employ 30 energy efficiency experts who have been involved in more than 500 successfully realised projects.
We aim to make investments totalling more than 100 million euros during the period 2014-2017 to improve our clients’ energy efficiency. By 2020 we aim to be operating globally, on energy efficiency projects with a total volume of more than a billion euros.
LeaseGreen Group Oy is owned by the company’s founder-shareholders Tomi Mäkipelto and Juho Rönni, together with various Finnish investors. The company’s board of directors is chaired by Kari Neilimo, a respected leader in the Finnish business sphere. LeaseGreen’s operations are audited by KPMG.
LeaseGreen complies the Finnish corporate governance code for listed companies from 2016. LeaseGreen’s quality, environmental, occupational health and safety & security processes have been certified and they comply the standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 18001. We take our corporate responsibilities seriously, and strive to be as sustainable as possible in social, financial and environmental terms.