Our stats to date
Equivalent of trees planted
CO2 emission saved
Achieving net zero is essential for mitigating climate change, limiting global temperature rise, transitioning to a sustainable future, unlocking economic opportunities, and demonstrating global leadership in addressing one of the most pressing challenges of our time.
It’s important to note that the journey to net zero is ongoing and requires sustained efforts from governments, businesses, individuals, and communities worldwide. While progress has been made, further action and commitment are necessary to mitigate climate change and secure a sustainable future for generations to come.
- Setting ambitious targets
- Transition to renewable energy
- Electrification of transportation
- Sustainable land use and conservation
- Energy efficiency and conservation
- Carbon capture and storage (CCS)
- Research and innovation
- Collaboration and international cooperation
The dedicated team spearheading our journey towards achieving net zeroView the team
What we have achieved to date
- Solar panels
Solar panels are a form of renewable energy technology that convert sunlight into electricity. They consist of photovoltaic cells that absorb sunlight and generate a direct current of electricity. This electricity is used to power our office.
Our new energy efficient boiler is designed to use less energy to heat water, resulting in lower energy bills and reduced carbon emissions. Using advanced technology to reduce heat loss and increase efficiency, such as condensing technology, which captures waste heat and uses it to preheat incoming cold water.
- LED lighting
LED lights are energy efficient and have a long lifespan. Compared to traditional incandescent bulbs, LED lights use significantly less energy and can last up to 25 times longer. This means that not only do they help to reduce energy bills, but they also require less frequent replacement, resulting in less waste.
- Cycle to work scheme
What we plan to do next
- Window coating
- Compostable and waste providers
- Ground source heat pump
- Battery for excess solar
- Charging point for EVS