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What Is Carbon Offsetting And Why Your Business Should Implement It?

As the UK works towards a 2050 goal of reaching net zero carbon emissions, it is essential that every business makes a substantial effort to reduce its overall carbon footprint. You may have heard of carbon offsetting, but what is this and why should your business implement it? Below, we explore the advantages of carbon…

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3 Steps To Take Towards Being Net Zero

As a business, you have an obligation to your community to be a good steward of the environment. This means reducing your carbon footprint and finding ways to improve the quality of life of your employees and customers alike. Reducing energy use and being net zero are just two ways that you can do this,…

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How Can Using Cogeneration Have A Positive Effect On Your Business?

Energy management is often about discovering new technologies and strategies for reducing your costs and carbon footprint. There are so many options when it comes to increasing your energy efficiency. You may have heard about cogeneration as part of this - but what is cogeneration and how could it play into your initiatives? Here we…

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Why You Should Be Outsourcing Your Energy Procurement With Energy Impact

Ensuring that the energy procurement process is straightforward and simple is the first step in being able to focus on improving your overall energy efficiency. This is best done with the help of experienced professionals in the energy field - and here we explore the benefits of outsourcing your energy procurement with Energy Impact. (more…)

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What are the differences between the three Carbon Emission Scopes?

When it comes to understanding the best way to develop an energy strategy, it is essential to first know about the different emission scopes. The Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG) lays out three defined scopes of emissions. These are defined based on where the emissions have been sourced, and the level of control for changing the…

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What are the differences between net-zero and carbon neutral?

Climate change has remained in the headlines for several years now, with a string of worldwide natural disasters and the COP26 summit making headlines across the globe. (more…)

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How Much Money Could Your Businesses Save By Reducing Energy Usage?

When you're looking at your business strategy, one of the main things you examine is how to save money. This is a practical and important consideration, but it can be difficult to think of ways in which you can cut costs without it impacting your business overall. (more…)

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Streamlined Energy Carbon Reporting (SECR) To Replace CRC Scheme

The Government has announced that the new streamlined energy and carbon reporting (SECR) framework will replace the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme following the latter's abolishment in April 2019. The policy objectives of the SECR framework is to reduce overall administrative strains on the participants while also improving the motivation of organisations to reduce the cost of…

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Education Programme Saves 13,000 Tonnes Of CO2 For Schools

A case study by Centrica Business Solutions has reported that 13,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions have been saved in 50 participating schools. A national curriculum-linked education programme Generation Green (established by British Gas) created a competition in which 50 schools won up to £100,000 each. The prize was then invested in energy efficiency projects such as…

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