Overcoming the policy hurdles of reaching net zero

Presented by

Simon Alsbury, Managing Director, Energise Ltd

About this talk

The webinar will outline the launch of Energise’s Net Zero Landscape report which will detail the current policy landscape & legislation requirements including how to respond to the Government’s 10-point action plan. We will also introduce other key aspects of the report which includes a summary of current cost/benefit trends in Net Zero, to inform your strategy decisions and what the current trends are in each major sector of the economy. With recent research suggesting 4 of 5 businesses will either adopt or improve their Net Zero target in 2021, this webinar and the report launched within it will provide you some excellent insight to support your decision making in the months ahead. Speaker: Simon Alsbury, Managing Director, Energise Ltd Simon likes complexity and finding ways of making it simple, characterised by a quote on the office wall of “we don’t do easy, we make easy happen”. Simon founded Energise with his wife Tamsin in 2008. In its 13 strong years, Energise worked with over 600 organisations delivering a wide range of energy/carbon/net zero programmes with their now 20 strong team. With experience in pretty much every sector, Simon has overseen over £35 million of measured energy/resource savings delivered in clients. With a background in both energy and usability, he has a focus on how to make the climate change challenge easy to use whilst technically precise at the same time. Please note, all data you provide through pre-registration will be shared with our webinar partners once you have viewed the webinar. If you do not wish your data to be shared with the partner, please email harry.matyjaszek@futurenetzero.com detailing the specific webinar.
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