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ENERGY MANAGEMENT & SUSTAINABILITY


POWERING TOWARDS NET


Emission reduction progress has been slow across many industries. Much more needs to be don commitments by 2050, says Ashley Phillips of Ørsted.


Climate change is one of the biggest collective challenges we face, with a need for ambitious action from all nations to keep global temperatures below 1.5°C. Here in the UK, we’re already making good progress; greenhouse gas emissions have reduced by 43% from 1990 levels. However, the Committee on Climate Change - whose independent research has helped to shape the UK’s Net Zero ambitions - believes that the emissions reductions achieved in power generation are in fact masking a lack of progress in other sectors.


“In the UK greenhouse gas emissions have reduced by 43% from 1990 levels.”


The committee’s 2018 progress report to parliament tells us that emissions reduction progress has been


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slow across agriculture, buildings, industry, waste, and transport. Much more needs to be done if we are to reach our nation’s commitment to net zero by 2050. Although we are still waiting for policy makers to turn aims into practical measures, businesses can still take real action to play their part.


Sustainability makes good business sense Taking a fresh look at how you buy energy is key to tackling the twin challenge of cutting carbon, while strengthening your business. Proactively choosing green energy creates a win-win situation; it’s a bold action which your organisation can take to help halt climate change and it can also bring immediate commercial and reputational benefits. Across all sectors, customers, shareholders, stakeholders and supply- chain partners increasingly expect businesses to operate sustainably. It’s one of the reasons why more than 190 of


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