That's the suggestion from John Hartley, Director of Product Management at Centrica Business Solutions, who spoke to future Net Zero about the obstacles and opportunities that businesses around the world will face on their journeys towards net zero, and how Centrica Business Solutions can help them develop a successful decarbonisation strategy to thrive in the lead-up towards 2050.
‘To successfully decarbonise, you must make sure you are working with the right data from the start of your net zero journey’
In order to successfully decarbonise, it's vital to make sure you are working with the right data from the start of your net zero journey.
That's the suggestion from Simon Alsbury, Managing Director of Energise, who spoke to future Net Zero News Editor Jonny Bairstow in the second of a series of podcasts titled 'Counting Carbon'.
The pathway to net zero can be broken down into four simple steps - Review, Reduce, Renew, Rebalance.
Muntons is a family run business, established in 1921 and Group Managing Director, Mark Tyldesley told me what makes the Suffolk based maltsters so special: “We’re a malt and malt ingredients business. Essentially, we buy barley, turn it into malt and then sell it to brewing and distilling industries and the food sector. We’re in beers like BrewDog and lots of confectionary; it’s a fabulous business that many consumers will be familiar with, but they just don’t know it.”
That's the suggestion from Stuart Duncan, Distributed Energy Strategic Sales Manager at Centrica Business Solutions, who explained how the firm is helping customers manage the challenge of aligning business objectives to an overarching energy strategy.
To make any real progress on tackling Scope 1 emissions, businesses need to start decarbonising heat
To make any real progress on tackling Scope 1 emissions, businesses need to start decarbonising heat.
That's the suggestion from Stuart Reid, Managing Director of Projects at AMP Clean Energy, who told future Net Zero Founder Sumit Bose that a "very interesting time" is fast approaching as businesses' journeys towards net zero begin in earnest.
That's the suggestion from Ian Cameron, Head of Customer Service and Innovation at UK Power Networks, who in a conversation with future Net Zero Founder Sumit Bose, noted heat is the single biggest source of carbon emissions across the country and outlined the practical steps that need to be taken to start moving towards changing this.
future Net Zero's Jonny Bairstow spoke to Claire Thompson-Sage, Sustainable Development Co-ordinator at UPS, and Alan Thompson, Head of Energy Technology Consulting at UK Power Networks Services, to find out more about the obstacles faced along the way and how they are being overcome.
Listen to the full podcast to find out more...