The future Net Zero Standard will be available to any business but is ideal for small companies and micro businesses.
We realise times are tough, so you can start your journey to net zero for less than the price of a takeaway coffee per day.
To ensure you get the best advice on how to use the tool and maximise your ability to use the data from it, the FNZ Standard is available from our Solution Partners listed below. They will take you through the whole journey and be able to offer you real insight into your findings and how to improve your transition to net zero.
Established in 2001, Advantage Utilities have become experts in our field. Backed by a highly skilled team, we procure, reduce and manage all aspects of a business’s energy and utility requirements while identifying ways to cut costs and meet Net Zero ambitions. We champion a consultative, customer-centric approach, getting to know our clients inside out so that we can develop, implement, and manage a tailored solution to match.
From solar, battery storage and CHP, to PPAs, cost mitigation and energy analytics, our team of experts will shape the perfect solution while advising on different purchasing strategies and ensuring you are compliant with evolving legislation. We leverage strong industry partnerships with over 50 suppliers and work across multiple sectors. Clients include Westminster Abbey, Energizer, and the Berkeley Group.
DB Group are an innovative utilities provider with a vision to be the most trusted in the industry. Since 1996, we have worked across the utilities market delivering cutting-edge business solutions through our four divisions; Energy, Telecoms, Water and Environmental. Our ethos is to offer a bespoke procurement and management service for our partners and clients. We work hard to ensure this always comes with unparalleled customer service. As a group, we work across many sectors including, Charities, Housing Associations, Commercial Property, Education, Retail, Leisure, Hospitality, Industrial and Manufacturing.
Experienced Energy Solutions (EES) are a Midlands based Energy Consultant founded by Dominic O’Brien, who whilst working for one of the ‘big 6’ energy suppliers, saw a gap in a saturated market for an energy consultancy that challenges the existing support available to business energy users, by offering open & transparent advice.
Birmingham Net Zero (BNZ) was formed to spearhead the West Midlands to be the flagship of the UK, by starting the journey towards net zero as a community. BNZ & EES offers wide range of services to help support businesses understand their energy spend & challenge them to be more sustainable. With over 20 years of combined industry experience, split across multiple departments covering both SME and Corporate customer bases, we understand the challenge businesses face when looking to find the right energy partner.
Established in 1997, Full Power Utilities are an independent utility brokerage and consultancy, currently managing in excess of 23,000 commercial contracts. With knowledge and expertise in a multitude of industry sectors, Full Power service clients such as Domino’s Pizza, Costa Coffee and Knight Frank. Full Power provide strategic utility procurement, contract management, automated bill validation, auditing services, energy efficiency solutions and carbon reporting. Full Power have access to 50+ utility suppliers and launched their client facing, Utility Management Portal at the beginning of 2020.
Launched in 2009, Utility Team has grown to become one of the UK’s largest and most respected energy consultancies. Their success is built upon two key components; unrivaled industry expertise and exceptional customer service. Understanding their customer’s goals, now and for the future, allows us to develop and implement energy strategies that deliver tangible results.
Utility Team also pride themselves in identifying ways for their customers to move towards their Net Zero goals. Whether the customer is taking their first steps or refining a long-established, plan, they are passionate about helping them become Net Zero.