The Big Zero Report – AMP Clean Energy

We spoke with experts from AMP Clean Energy to get an insight into what progress they believe has been made and what the next important steps are

Webinar: The Big Zero chat

In case you missed this live webinar, you can catch up here

Is sustainability still a priority for UK businesses in the aftermath of COVID?

If you ask Gill Alker, Head of Consultancy at AMP Clean Energy, the answer is a resounding yes

Solar now makes real business sense – cut your energy costs and drive a green recovery

Chris Hewett, CEO of Solar Energy UK, said the cost of solar is now a ‘real positive’ for businesses looking for green growth

Podcast: The heat decarbonisation challenge – how smart software and computer-controlled  infrared technology can play a vital role

Oliver Baker, CEO of Ambion Heating, recently spoke to future Net Zero’s Jonny Bairstow to explain how the company’s computer-controlled infrared heating system can be a key tool on the journey to net zero

Podcast: ‘Flexibility and low carbon energy are intrinsically linked’

That’s the suggestion from Ben Wallace, Head of Development for Urban Reserve at AMP Clean Energy, who spoke to future Net Zero about how flexibility can help deliver net zero

AMP Clean Energy welcomes ten point plan but awaits further support on industrial decarbonisation and off grid heating

CEO Richard Burrell said: ‘Great to see a growing emphasis on heating our homes, business and industry, but we need the right package of support if we are to deliver on heat decarbonisation in business premises and industry’

Let’s ensure ‘best use’ of biomass accelerates our net zero heat ambitions

Richard Burrell, CEO of AMP Clean Energy, outlines his vision for how biomass can help both support the green recovery and deliver heat decarbonisation

Muntons and its 100-year sustainable journey

Malt experts put sustainability into every ingredient. Muntons is a company you may not have heard of, but its ingredients are found in so many foods and drinks that you will find in your shopping basket

‘To make any real progress on tackling Scope 1 emissions, businesses need to start decarbonising heat’

Currently, heat makes up roughly 50% of all carbon emissions and consists of more than half of all energy usage for most businesses