Installing solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on your premises enables you to generate carbon-free renewable energy on site, right where it’s needed. Generating your own zero-carbon electricity reduces your reliance on electricity imported from the grid.
9th March 2020
17th February 2020
Everyone knows that we are facing a climate change emergency, and that the transition to zero carbon will be an important business priority over the next ten to 20 years. The UK government has set a target to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, which is expected to result in increasing legislation, as well as incentives, to ensure businesses play their part.
3rd February 2020
To build a business case for the zero-carbon transition, it’s necessary to identify why a business should invest in the change. Matt Dracup, ENGIE’s Industrial Energy Service Director, and Richard Sulley, Senior Energy and Sustainability Manager explain the financial, regulatory and societal drivers behind the transition and how to quantify the impact a business is currently having on global emissions.
30th January 2020
The vehicles on our roads have a major role to play in achieving the government’s zero-carbon targets. Emissions from vehicles are significant contributors to air pollution and climate change.
27th January 2020
With growing concern about climate change and increasing pressure to reduce carbon emissions, businesses are putting zero-carbon targets at the top of the agenda. But making the transition to carbon neutrality is a complex process, affecting all aspects of an organisation’s operations and activities. Graham Oxley, Managing Director of Energy with Services at ENGIE explains.
27th November 2019
The ability to store energy on site and use that power when required is an increasingly important capability for large manufacturing and industrial sites, says Graham Oxley, ENGIE's Managing Director of Energy with Services.
30th October 2019
For businesses on the road to achieving zero carbon, tackling energy consumption is one of the most important priorities. Energy can be a major contributor to an organisation’s carbon footprint, so a combination of reducing usage and buying from renewable sources can go a long way towards achieving zero-carbon goals. Among the many decarbonisation options available, corporate power purchase agreements (CPPAs) are becoming an increasingly attractive choice for many large businesses. Russell Reading, ENGIE’s Energy and Renewables Origination Director, explains why.
7th October 2019