“I need to reduce my carbon footprint”
We’ll help you to make the transition to net zero by developing and implementing a long term, energy driven, carbon reduction playbook.
The cost of achieving net zero is high, and requires capital. We’ll help you to make informed choices of how to allocate capital, so that you are demonstrably more carbon friendly at the same time as achieving an enviable return on your investments.
ENERGY IS A MAJOR CAUSE OF CARBON
With an average of 70% of a company’s carbon footprint being due to energy, the right approach to energy can have a major impact on achieving your carbon and ESG ambitions.
MOST WANT TO CHANGE – FEW KNOW HOW
Most organisations have made net zero commitments, but the lack the strategic roadmap that will guide them to that goal.
THE TECHNICAL REALTY IS COMPLICATED
Developing a net zero roadmap is complex, with many variables. It will need senior management sign-off, and must answer many technical, commercial, financing and risk questions.
The right approach, over a long term time horizon, can have a major impact on reducing your carbon and meeting your ESG goals.
PLAN OF ACTION
We fast track you to a plan of action on what to do, how, when and what investment is needed.
GOOD DATA IS KEY
We know how to establish the necessary processes and data collection to obtain the right information to enable timely decision making.
We’ll share with you our knowledge of existing and emerging technologies, the market leaders, the seismic changes coming and when they might offer an affordable ROI. All this will bring pace to your carbon recuction efforts.
COST OF CARBON
We know how to assess the right index for your business to value carbon within the supply chain across scope 1,2 and 3 emissions.
The ambitions of the business can only be realized by making it easy for your people to do things differently, in a way that everyone goes on the journey together and feels ownership for its success.
Read our thoughts, ideas and tips about great energy management and accelerating the journey to net zero.