National Careers Week: Looking at success through the magnifying glass

By Energise CEO Tamsin Alsbury for National Careers Week 2021

Webinar: Overcoming the policy hurdles of reaching net zero

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

‘Energy sector’s financial models must change to avoid perverse incentives on road to net zero’

That’s the suggestion from Simon Alsbury, Managing Director of Energise, who spoke to future Net Zero about how the sector can encourage a faster shift to net zero behaviours

‘Most businesses have poorer data than they need to be able to take action on net zero’

That’s the suggestion from Simon Alsbury, Managing Director of Energise, who spoke to future Net Zero News Editor Jonny Bairstow in the fifth of a series of podcasts titled ‘Counting Carbon’

‘The sector has a long way to go in terms of using data effectively to drive down emissions’

That’s the suggestion from Simon Alsbury, Managing Director of Energise, who spoke to future Net Zero News Editor Jonny Bairstow in the fourth of a series of podcasts titled ‘Counting Carbon’

‘The decisions you make as a business have a material impact on other people’s Net Zero performance’

That’s the suggestion from Simon Alsbury, Managing Director of Energise, who spoke to future Net Zero News Editor Jonny Bairstow in the third of a series of podcasts titled ‘Counting Carbon’

‘To successfully decarbonise, you must 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

That’s the suggestion from Simon Alsbury, Managing Director of Energise, who spoke to future Net Zero News Editor Jonny Bairstow in the first of a series of podcasts titled ‘Counting Carbon’