Founded in 2015 on Australian shores, Verdia has been helping large industrial, property and manufacturing clients upgrade their infrastructure and move faster towards a cleaner, sustainable energy. Six years on, Verdia is working with some of the top 500 energy users in Australia (responsible for 45% of the nation’s energy use), and delivering large-scale projects across Australia.
Climate Change is the most pressing challenge of our times. Australia has committed to dramatically cut emissions by 2030. But without the business world on board, we simply will not meet our target.
Frank Paduch and Paul Peters founded Verdia in 2015 to help businesses move faster towards a cleaner, sustainable energy future.
We recognise that there has never been a more pertinent time for businesses to switch to renewables as electricity prices continue to be volatile, while energy-efficient technologies are cheaper than ever. As well as this, the world moves closer and closer towards net-zero emissions goals and sustainable living to mitigate the impact of global warming.
Six years on, Verdia is working with some of the top 500 energy users in Australia (responsible for 45% of the nation’s energy use), and delivering large-scale projects across five states.
We believe that we have an important role to help Australia transition to a renewable energy economy. We understand that human induced climate change is real but with positive action we can help mitigate its impact. This goes hand in hand with our mission and what we do.
We have created a team based on our mission and values, ensuring that our staff are as committed to delivering your project as you are. Our team is dedicated to building and maintaining a thriving relationship with you and your team. We fulfill our duties on time, and with urgency to ensure your project is delivered as efficiently as possible. We do not take shortcuts and we are constantly focused on innovation.
Our projects have appeared in media publications such as the Australian Financial Review, Channel 9 News, EcoGeneration, PV Magazine, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, Fifth Estate, Sustainability Matters and One Step Off The Grid.