As businesses await the UK government’s Net Zero Review, the Energy White Paper and further announcements on the policy that will shape our nation’s ‘Green Recovery’, there is hope that this autumn will provide a clear roadmap to net zero. But what do business energy users actually need that roadmap to include? And what opportunities exist for businesses who prioritise decarbonisation?
In this episode of The Future of Business Energy podcast, energy industry experts provide their thoughts on the UK’s net zero progress, discussing the legislative and infrastructure changes we’ve seen so far and examining what incentives and policies are needed to help businesses carve out their own road to net zero.
Join Michael Holder, deputy editor of BusinessGreen, Stuart Beasley, Head of Energy Solutions & Generation Services Sales at npower Business Solutions and Michael Byrne, Head of Marketing and Insight at npower business solutions as they drill down into the actions being taken to help the UK achieve and fund its ambitious low-carbon transition.
This episode provides actionable advice on the steps businesses can be taking to turn today’s changes into long-term opportunities, and provides insight into the benefits being seen by businesses that are ‘doing decarbonisation well’ - to answer the all-important question, ‘Why should businesses be backing net zero?’
Michael worked in a number of diverse industries prior to joining npower Business Solutions (nBS) as a Product Manager in 2007. In 2012, Michael moved into nBS’ Marketing Team, which he currently leads as Head of Marketing and Insight. As the leader of the marketing function, Michael has key involvement in strategic marketing practices including digital marketing management, brand and social media, market intelligence and customer communications. Through his thorough grasp of industry developments, Michael ensures his team and the wider business are suitably positioned to meet the needs of business customers.
Head of Energy Solutions & Generation Services Sales Stuart and his team look after the strategic energy requirements of large and medium-sized organisations across the private and public sectors. This includes a wide range of energy services and technologies covering asset development and optimisation, energy management and generator Power Purchase Agreements.