Bryt Energy have just launched their sustainability programme Bryt by Nature, announcing their carbon-neutral status* and net zero target of 2025.
The report, which can be read here, details the steps taken to record Bryt’s carbon emissions and achieve neutrality*, and sets out a framework for long-term improvements and reductions to reach their net zero target. This framework, including UN Sustainable Development Goals, covers Bryt’s whole sphere of influence, aiming to make Bryt a better business in every way.
‘At Bryt Energy, we believe that acting sustainably is quite simply the right thing to do, and so we’ve committed to a clear, long-term sustainability improvement programme. For us, it’s not only about the environment – our ethos is about ensuring we have a positive impact on society as a whole!
We’re calling our improvement programme Bryt by Nature, because naturally, we’re working towards a Bryter future for everyone.’ – The Bryt Energy Board
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*Carbon-neutral is defined by Bryt Energy as Scope 1, 2 & 3 for the categories of gas, electricity, water, waste and business travel. The scope 1, 2 & 3 carbon emissions for 2016-2019 were 106.64 tonnes and therefore 110 tonnes of carbon credits from Bokhol Solar project were retired on behalf of Bryt Energy by EcoAct in August 2020.