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Let's cut the carbon jargon
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'Net Zero' has become a common part of language in the energy and sustainability world since the UK government legislated to hit net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Why should my business aim for net zero? What's in it for our organisation? How do I know which targets to set? Can I go beyond zero?
All these questions, we can answer. Download our net zero brochure today to understand more about what this means for your business and how our Carbon Action Programme can help you to set ambitious targets and help you achieve them.
Everyone's talking about net zero - but are they making any sense?
New terms like 'carbon positive' and 'value-chain emissions' are constantly emerging within the decarbonisation discussion, as businesses strive to put their ambitious goals and targets into words. All of this carbon jargon is making the journey to net zero more complex than it needs to be for many businesses.
At Inspired Energy, we believe that businesses will find it much easier to take vital action towards net zero when they fully understand the goal.
Confused by all the carbon jargon? You're not the only one!
Build Your Plan
Our online builder asks a few key questions in order to help organisations turn net zero into something meaningful for your business.
Once submitted, you will receive a copy of your high level activity plan - offering a clear, personalised, step-by step guide to help you meet your carbon goals.
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Latest net zero news
Net Zero 101: New Year, New Targets
10th February, 2022
Last month, Inspired Energy hosted a ‘New Year Targets: Net Zero 101’ webinar. Facilitated by Emma Hird, Client Optimisation Manager, she was joined by Kristina Beadle, Head of Carbon Services and Fenella Dodson, Carbon Specialist. The live webinar focused on how businesses can kick start their net zero plans, providing:… Read More »Read More
5 key considerations when negotiating Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (CPPA)
25th January, 2022
Businesses are increasingly turning to Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (CPPAs) to boost their sustainability credentials and secure energy budget certainty for the long-term. In 2021, there was a 1.1 GW increase in renewable PPAs in the UK, and as the need for renewable capacity grows, it’s likely that more businesses… Read More »Read More
Contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Workplace
24th January, 2022
In 2015 , the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by all United Nations Member States. They are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity. There are 17 SDGs… Read More »Read More
Upcoming changes you need to prepare for in 2022
23rd December, 2021
In recent years, we’ve seen a great deal of change within the energy industry – and as our journey to net zero accelerates, it looks like 2022 is set to be another year of change, challenges and opportunities for energy and sustainability professionals. We know that businesses are keen to… Read More »Read More
How to kick start your net zero plan this New Year
14th December, 2021
A new year presents a renewed opportunity to tackle your energy decarbonisation goals. After COP26, held in November 2021, businesses should now be looking to action their net zero plans, if they haven’t done so already. We’re going to talk through how you can kick start your net zero plan… Read More »Read More
What can businesses expect from the next Budget?
21st October, 2021
With many UK businesses still feeling the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, Government support has never been more important. And with the Chancellor’s Budget set to be outlined on 27th October 2021, plenty of professionals will be waiting to see how it will support them to ‘build back better’. While… Read More »Read More