‘We will be net zero for our whole supply chain. That’s absolutely massive!’

Nigel Holden the boss of Co-op Power tells us their bold but realistic 2050 goal

Global IT energy use ‘will be as big as USA by 2040’

When you think computing or IT, think carbon, says expert from Schneider Electric

British Gas Business ‘remains totally committed to a net zero future’

That’s the suggestion from Gab Barbaro, the energy giant’s Managing Director, who spoke to future Net Zero Founder Sumit Bose

Three-quarters of businesses still believe in net zero post-pandemic

Our reader survey shows 73% believe net zero plans should be supported after coronavirus, with just a fifth fearing a set back to their ambitions

Stimulating the global economy ‘must be done in a sustainable and future-focused way’

That’s the suggestion from Hanno Schoklitsch, CEO and Founder of Kaiserwetter, who spoke to future Net Zero about the effects of Covid-19 and how it would be likely to affect global decarbonisation efforts

‘Post-coronavirus, businesses will increasingly seek outside assistance to finance clean heat projects’

That’s the suggestion from Richard Burrell, CEO of AMP Clean Energy, who spoke to future Net Zero about decarbonising the UK and what he thinks will happen next

‘Net zero solutions must not only be green but also prove economically sustainable’

That’s the suggestion from Nikki Flanders, Managing Director of Energy Customer Solutions at SSE, who spoke to future Net Zero Founder Sumit Bose about the global mission to reach net zero by 2050 and how it can be achieved

We need to “embrace nuclear” to get to net zero

‘We need big infrastructure and easing of regulatory frameworks if we are to shift our energy to net zero’ says leading analyst

Social and economic structures ‘must be more in tune with sustainability’

That’s the suggestion from Mike Hughes, UK & Ireland Zone President at Schneider Electric, who spoke to future Net Zero Founder Sumit Bose last week

The global carbon market ‘will grow rapidly in the next decade’

That’s the forecast from Vaughan Lindsay, CEO of ClimateCare, who told FNZ about the ‘inevitable’ steps that every business will have to take in the near future