WHO WE ARE
Greenlink Analytics is an Atlanta-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working to advance a clean energy transition as fast and fair as possible. Our team combines expert knowledge, data analytics, and machine learning to solve the most pressing climate and social issues, including energy burdens and pollution impacts, with the goal of improving lives and the environment.
We are among the best in the nation at helping people understand the impact of decisions made by and for them at the community, city and state level. We produce highly technical analysis and translate it into understandable formats that enable better decisions for the future. Data allows people to understand where they’ve come from and charts a course towards where they want to go. Knowledge is power, after all. Ultimately, we help develop the policy and program decisions that address the bedrock issues of climate change and inequitable development in the U.S.
WHO WE SERVE
For us, it’s all about people. From small, grant-funded community organizations to the largest cities, our work is always about improving lives, especially those who’ve been historically oppressed from decision-making processes. We focus on the local and state level because this is where meaningful action against climate change and toward building clean energy is happening in the US. We work with more than 80 community organizations and 75 governments across 30 states to advance the clean energy future for all.
Our advanced data analytics deliver detailed, accurate, and novel insights regarding the social, environmental, and economic impacts of energy use to empower change that improves lives, especially for those most impacted by environmental injustice. As a 501c3 nonprofit organization, we partner with community organizations, non-profits, cities, and corporations to make community-driven change throughout the country.
TOGETHER WE CAN INSPIRE A FAST & FAIR CLEAN ENERGY TRANSITION GROUNDED IN GOOD DATA.
We've identified pathways to avoid 8.4 billion metric tons of CO2 emissions
$757 Billion Dollars
We've worked with cities and states to identify ways to save communities over $757 billion
Our clean energy and community research has identified pathways to save over 20,000 live