Find the best path to your organization’s climate, clean energy, and water resiliency goals with experienced and dedicated climate advisors.
Our client relationships are built to last. The same dedicated team of advisors will stay by your side through the complexities of multiple projects until you achieve your goals.
We can support you through strategy, planning, execution, and negotiation—or we can jump in where you need us.
We don’t push “preferred” projects or solutions. We will help you find the very best ways to cut carbon and save water based on your unique business context.
Coho’s unique focus on rallying internal stakeholders around transformational sustainability initiatives means change and impact happen faster.
It takes the whole business to change a business, from accounting to legal to the C-suite. Creating meaningful internal alignment is at the heart of what we do.
No matter how technology evolves, supply chains run, or the market shifts, we keep the project moving. We build strong relationships with key decision-makers so we are ready to help them adapt and say “yes.”
Since 2010, we have helped our clients contract for more than seven million megawatt hours annually of clean energy, enough to power over 650,000 homes.
We serve manufacturers, governments, global retail chains, healthcare centers, automakers, and universities—any large organization with a mandate to reign in emissions or improve how they use water.
We’ll put this expertise to work on your toughest sustainability challenges.
Our mission is to do everything in our power to embolden organizations to rapidly reduce climate impact. That’s what drives us to deliver exceptional results for our clients.
Our 50+ team members bring a diverse set of perspectives and strengths to our work.
When you partner with Coho, you partner with the brightest and most thoughtful people in the business.
Reach your emissions target or net zero climate goal with thorough analysis and pragmatic implementation.
Switch to clean, zero-emission energy while minimizing risk and maximizing economic benefits.
You have colleagues. You have suppliers. You have community groups. Now you can have a partner who works with them all. Let’s start a conversation about your goals.