Decarbonisation strategy sets out how industry can decarbonise in line with net zero while remaining competitive and without pushing emissions abroad. A significant number of events have occurred in the past few years that has led governments and industry to rethink the path to the future. Read more Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy
Recent events include COP26 where the UK has set one of the most ambitious targets in the world with a plan to slash emissions by 78% by 2035 compared with 1990 levels. However, this ambitious target cannot be achieved without positive action from the business community.
In addition the volatility of energy prices has given significant cause for concern as the operating costs and production costs for all businesses will increase significantly and we can be certain that volatility is set to become normality for decades to come.
What is decarbonisation?
By definition, decarbonisation is the process of removing or reducing all man-made carbon emissions, with the goal to eliminate them altogether – reaching net-zero emissions. According to the Oxford dictionary, “decarbonisation is the process of replacing fossil fuels with fuel that is less harmful to the environment”. In that sense, decarbonisation is achieved by implementing low-carbon technologies and energy sources (e.g. renewable energies, regenerative agriculture, electrical grid, hydrogen).On the other hand, a decarbonised economy or “low-carbon” economy is the conversion to an economy using low-carbon energy sources, reducing the amount of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) released in the atmosphere. Decarbonisation is often applied to a country’s economy and is achieved by targeting the most carbon-intensive industries in this specific country and finding innovative solutions to cut carbon emissions.
At PE Energy has developed a corporate decarbonisation strategy that can fit all business sizes and industry types. We have purposely removed all of the fluff and focused on actions that deliver tangible results. Our eight-point action plan includes:
We get involved from the moment you call us and ask for help. Our job is to lead you through all eight stages, helping to implement each stage and to be your expert adviser, project manager, and technical solution procurer.
Our job is to ensure best fit, maximum results with minimal risk. Our assurance to support you is measured by our client’s level of investment in our ability. If you require us to ‘have a chat’ we can do that, but we know that step one won’t even start. If you ask us to work with you as an integral part of the project through a retained service for the duration, we know that you will reach stage eight. Our reputation is based on your success and with over 600 client projects in seven years you can be sure of success.
To find out more and to make that initial call, contact us