Introducing TechLease™

Access industry leading lease rates and receive carbon credits with TechLease.

Get Aggressive Leasing Rates
And Carbon Credits With TechLease™

For businesses who prefer to finance their devices throughout the full lifecycle of the product, the TechLease™ program provides aggressive residual values to help lower your monthly lease payment.

The program is available for workplace devices including desktops, notebooks, smartphones, tablets, monitors, servers, network gear, and printer hardware.

How It Works

Decide On Devices

Customer determines the lease term (eg. 36 months)

Provide Cost Of New Technology

Customer provides the acquisition cost of the new technology being financed.

Receive Aggressive Lease Rate Offer

The lease payment will now be based on financing over the 36 month term. The customer will also receive one carbon credit for every device leased.

Return Devices for Secure Processing

At the end of the lease term, CO2Neutral will receive the devices back and securely wipe and de-brand them of any remaining data so they can receive a second life.

Why CO2Neutral

Preserve Capital And Increase Cash Flow

A lease structure provides flexibility with lower monthly payments.

Promote The Circular Economy Via Leasing

All devices will receive a second life at the end of the refresh cycle through a reuse channel ensuring a zero-landfill solution and low environmental impact.

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Get closer to your carbon reduction targets by offsetting your corporate carbon footprint with verified carbon credits earned through the TechLease™ program.

Leverage An Industry Leading Leasing Solution

The TechLease™ program allows your organization to access aggressive residual values lowering your monthly lease payment.

What Are Carbon Credits?

A carbon credit represents a measurement of reduced carbon emissions achieved by one party, which can be used to compensate (offset) the emissions of another party.

By reselling refurbished technology that would otherwise be recycled or sent to a landfill, the need for manufacturing new technology (a process that creates carbon emissions) is eliminated, therefore generating a carbon credit.

Companies such as HSBC, Nike, and the Bank of Montreal are already leveraging carbon credits to reduce their carbon footprints. But unlike costly approaches to carbon offsetting, which involve buying carbon offsets from third parties, the CO2Neutral™ program enables you to receive carbon credits by leveraging a circular economy model that reduces the environmental impact of technology management.

CO2Neutral Partners

Our industry-leading technology partners include:

Frequently Asked Questions

What are my options at lease term expiry?

At the end of the term, you have the option to return the equipment, extend the lease on a month to month basis, or purchase it at the then fair market value.

What is a carbon credit?

A carbon credit represents a measurement of reduced carbon emissions achieved by one party, which can be used to compensate (offset) the emissions of another party.
Source: David Suzuki Foundation

Why does carbon neutrality matter to me?

Environmental and climate action is becoming increasingly important to consumers, the workforce and other stakeholders. Reducing carbon emissions is a public interest. Organizations need to take action to reduce their carbon footprint. For emissions that cannot be reduced, carbon offsetting is a valid way to meet targets as long as the carbon offsets or credits have been properly vetted and verified to be real reductions/removals.

How do credits get generated through the CO2Neutral™ program?

By collecting, refurbishing and reselling end-of-first-life™ technology, the CO2Neutral™ program reduces the need for new technology. Thus, the carbon dioxide emissions (CO2e) associated with the production and manufacturing of new technology (e.g., extracting of raw materials, manufacturing, shipping, etc.) are never incurred. The entire refurbishment and resale process is documented and verified, after which carbon credits are generated and registered with the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).

What are my options at lease term expiry?

At the end of the term, you have the option to return the equipment, extend the lease on a month to month basis, or purchase it at the then fair market value.

Why does carbon neutrality matter to me?

Environmental and climate action is becoming increasingly important to consumers, the workforce and other stakeholders. Reducing carbon emissions is a public interest. Organizations need to take action to reduce their carbon footprint. For emissions that cannot be reduced, carbon offsetting is a valid way to meet targets as long as the carbon offsets or credits have been properly vetted and verified to be real reductions/removals.

What is a carbon credit?

A carbon credit represents a measurement of reduced carbon emissions achieved by one party, which can be used to compensate (offset) the emissions of another party.
Source: David Suzuki Foundation

How do credits get generated through the CO2Neutral™ program?

By collecting, refurbishing and reselling end-of-first-life™ technology, the CO2Neutral™ program reduces the need for new technology. Thus, the carbon dioxide emissions (CO2e) associated with the production and manufacturing of new technology (e.g., extracting of raw materials, manufacturing, shipping, etc.) are never incurred. The entire refurbishment and resale process is documented and verified, after which carbon credits are generated and registered with the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).

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