Michael Mahoney, Energy Procurement & Risk Manager, and Alex Pitman, Energy & Carbon Manager at Co-op Power, share their expert insight into deep green energy procurement at the Co-op and why it is the crucial building block for the journey to Net Zero.
The renewable energy market has grown dramatically in recent years as thousands of industrial and commercial businesses announce their sustainability commitments and look for innovative ways to decarbonise their own businesses, as well as that of their supply chains. But for all of the hype, two very real challenges remain: cutting costs and carbon.
The climate crisis requires committed and collective action from everyone, from corporate and exec level right through to operations, logistics, and the shop floor of any business. But many simply cannot get past the jargon and don’t understand the vital steps required (and in what priority order) to reach the zero-carbon destination.
For those businesses and leaders looking to accelerate their renewable energy goals, they need to first understand:
• the practical options available for decarbonisation and the impact on energy procurement
• common elements in supply contracts and securing ‘genuinely green’ renewable electricity
• managing demand changes and procurement best practice
• how all of this fits into the bigger picture of Net Zero
Register for this fantastic webinar to hear how Co-op Power manage these challenges for the Co-op, as well as a number of Britain’s biggest brands. They will share their lessons learnt and the importance of ‘co-operation at scale’.
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