Business leaders want to deliver net zero – but they don’t know how

The British Standards Institution warns business leaders across the UK are largely unaware of the implications on net zero on their organisations

It’s all change at future Net Zero – and we need your involvement now more than ever

As we approach our first anniversary, we have crystalised our vision for what we want to accomplish around three main themes – read on to find out more…

Amazon becomes ‘world’s largest’ corporate purchaser of renewable energy

The tech giant’s renewable energy investments to date will supply 6.5GW of electricity production capacity – enough to power 1.7 million US homes annually

Non-domestic RHI projects impacted by COVID-19 granted six-month extension

Eligible projects will now be allowed to submit a full application by 30th September 2021

More than two-thirds of corporate leaders are ‘more conscious of environment since lockdown’

Despite this, many senior stakeholders admit the need to stabilise economically has prevented them from ‘making bigger leaps in the sustainability agenda’

Nearly 100 businesses and organisations commit to making their buildings net zero by 2030

The World Green Building Council notes the wave of new members to its Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment has helped to nearly double participation in the programme over the last year

More than 200 corporate organisations and networks call on government to ensure green recovery

CEOs from across the economy have written a letter urging that coronavirus recovery efforts align with the UK’s wider social, environmental and climate goals

Going green: What ‘net zero’ means for small businesses

Liam Burlinson, Head of SME Energy Efficiency at British Gas Business, explains what SMEs can do to improve sustainability and move towards net-zero emissions status

Virtual exhibition creates less than 1% of the emissions of a live event’

A typical three-day conference with 800 attendees has a carbon footprint of 455 tonnes

Can corporate PPAs help businesses achieve zero carbon?

Russell Reading, ENGIE’s Energy and Renewables Origination Director, explains why such energy agreements are becoming an increasingly attractive choice