In the build-up to the international event taking place in Glasgow during November, SSE is continuing to work with government and other stakeholders to accelerate climate action and support the summit’s successful delivery.
The energy giant is also continuing to deliver its £7.5 billion investment programme, aimed at developing the low-carbon assets and infrastructure required for the UK to reach its target of net zero emissions by 2050 – this level of investment equals roughly £4 million being directed into low-carbon energy technologies and electricity infrastructure every day over the next five years.
future Net Zero partner SSE Business Energy is perfectly placed to support the net zero ambitions of businesses and public sector organisations, by making it easy and affordable to access SSE’s renewable power.
It is working to offer customers a greater choice of low-carbon solutions that will allow you to help save and optimise energy usage – you can explore available solutions and get in touch with SSE Business Energy here.
SSE Business Energy states: “Transitioning to a low-carbon economy will be crucial as the UK strives for a green recovery following coronavirus. COP26 is an opportunity for governments around the globe to facilitate net zero through policy advances and industry collaboration.”