The Energy Institute (EI) has committed to going net zero across its central operations by 'well before 2050'.
The organisation, which acts as a global professional body for the energy sector, has set a science-based target for greenhouse gas emission reductions of 26.2% by 2025, before building up to 47.9% by 2030 and 67.9% by 2035 on the path towards the mid-century - these cuts will be measured against a 2019 baseline.
The planned emissions reductions include the running of EI’s London head office and business travel undertaken by staff.
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