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Energy Saving Trust joins Sustainability Live: ‘shaping the future of sustainable business’, taking place in London’s Tobacco Dock from 23-24 February 2022.
Decision-makers from some of the world’s largest companies including IBM, PwC, Royal DSM and Bayer will come together to discuss their commitments to sustainability, share ideas to further reduce carbon emissions and create partnerships.
Following COP26, the UK Government announced that all businesses will be required to provide plans on how they will reach net zero to meet national targets by 2050. Businesses therefore hold a vital role in leading innovations in sustainability and influencing consumers to make more sustainable choices.
Energy Saving Trust’s head of business development, Inga Jirgensone, will join a panel on 23 February to discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead on the UK’s path to net zero. Inga will be joined by Jono Adams, Anthesis Consulting Group; Philip Halanen, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts; and Stuart Broadley, Energy Industries Council. The panel will be moderated by Ross Garrigan, BizClik Media Group.
We at Energy Saving Trust work with both small and large businesses to implement strategies to become more energy efficient, providing information to organisations across the UK and Europe. Our carbon reduction methodology Measure, Plan, Act is already being implemented by businesses to set both long and short-term goals for emission reduction.
SUSTx Sustainability Summit 2022
Energy Saving Trust will join the SUSTx Sustainability Summit in January 2022 to share our expertise on low carbon transport and industry.Event
Net Zero Festival 2021
Mike Thornton and Laura McGadie will discuss the challenges and opportunities around a just transition to net zero at the Net Zero…Event
Energy Saving Trust partners with Halifax to deliver online sustainable home events
Energy Saving Trust has partnered with Halifax to deliver online events for householders to help make your home more environmentally friendly.