Net Zero: Actions To Take Now

Net Zero: Actions To Take Now

After a flurry of low-carbon-related announcements from the government at the end of last year, businesses now have more information to start planning a route to net zero to meet the 2050 deadline.

But where to start? And how best to assimilate what we know, and plan around what we don’t yet know?

Access free policy, market and solutions expertise

Our one-hour webinar at 10am on 10 February will answer these questions and more.

Joining us are:

• Adam Bell, Head of Energy Strategy at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, who will provide an overview of the main government policies and strategies businesses need to know about.

• Robert Buckley, Head of Relationship Development at Cornwall Insight, who will share insight around the key factors that could influence the business energy market in 2021.

• Paul French, Director of I&C Solutions at npower Business Solutions, who will outline the top actions businesses should be taking now.

Understand key business obligations and opportunities

Participants will leave with a clearer understanding of the key messages for businesses from the government’s ‘Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution’, the National Infrastructure Strategy and the Energy White Paper.

In addition, we’ll look at what’s still to come in the forthcoming Net Zero Strategy, which new Energy Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan says will be published ahead of global climate summit COP26, which the UK is due to host in Glasgow in early November.

And there’ll be time to put your questions to our expert panel at the end.

Taking action in 2021 – free webinar

You can register for this Taking Net Zero Action In 2021 – The Business Opportunity webinar here. Even if you cannot join us live, you’ll still be able to access a recording after the event.

In the meantime, if you have any questions about net zero, or the right support and strategy for your business, speak to your Client Lead (existing customers) or Get in touch.

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