5 Top Net-Zero strategies to be covered at EMEX 2021

A sneak peek at the Net Zero & Energy Management Conference

2021 is one of the most significant years to implement net zero strategies and energy efficiency projects in your organisation.

Review and learn how professionals across diverse industry sectors are meeting their challenges to lower their carbon emissions, reduce their energy consumption, and save money too.

Grapple with the Net Zero agenda, low carbon and energy management strategies in a meaningful way with more than 100 leading practitioners and experts; over 50 seminars across 4 topical theatres.

2021 speakers include:

Guy Grainger Global Head of Sustainability Services & ESG JLL
Global Head of Sustainability Services & ESG
Group Sustainability Director
Maria Manidaki Mott MacDonald
Technical Principal Net Zero / Principal Water Investment Planning Advisor
Mott MacDonald
Head of Policy
Ayse Gungor, Net Zero Policy and Delivery Manager, Greener NHS Team
Net Zero Policy and Delivery Manager, Greener NHS Team
NHS England & NHS Improvement
Lord Rupert Redesdale
EMEX Conference
Matteo Deidda Sustainability Manager Lloyds Banking Group
Sustainability Manager
Lloyds Banking Group plc
Mauricio Coindreau Head of Procurement & Sustainability Budweiser Brewing Group
Head of Procurement & Sustainability
Budweiser Brewing Group UK & I
Richard Nugee
Lieutenant General (Retd)
Catherine Ross Church of England
Open & Sustainable Churches Officer
Church of England
Lucy Shea, CEO of Futerra
Ian Beynon Head of Energy at Royal Mail
Head of Energy
Royal Mail Property & Facilities Solutions

2021 exhibitors include:

Here are 5 top Net Zero strategies to be covered at EMEX 2021:

1. Building your Net Zero delivery plan

The rush to achieve Net Zero is not a one-size-fits all journey. Identifying what elements need to be considered to defining design a Net Zero carbon pledge and developing the most suitable implementation strategies is very specific to each organisation.

*** Decarbonising your operations (Scope 1 & 2 carbon emissions)

Scope 1 covers direct emissions from owned or controlled sources. Scope 2 covers indirect emissions from the generation of purchased electricity, steam, heating and cooling consumed. It is increasingly important for our community to stay informed about new technologies and share best practices learned across many sectors so that professionals can focus time and resources on proven solutions.

*** Decarbonising your supply chain (Scope 3 carbon emissions)

Scope 3 emissions, which include those outside of your organisation’s direct operations, represent a significant proportion of an organisation’s carbon footprint. In Food and Drink, the UK’s largest manufacturing sector, over 90% of companies’ carbon emissions come from the supply chains.

How to track/measure carbon emissions in your supply chain? How to engage with suppliers at each stage of the value chain to drive down emissions beyond their own operations and to deliver the UK’s Net Zero target? How can you use your purchasing power to influence change in the supply chain?

*** Increasing resilience in your organisation

While business efforts to date have focused on mitigation – and rightly so – corporate adaptation and resilience strategies will become increasingly commonplace and increasingly vital.

*** Creating value

3. Retrofitting to decarbonise the built environment

Together, building and construction are responsible for about 40% of all carbon emissions in the world with operational emissions (from energy used to heat, cool and light buildings) accounting for 28%. The remaining 12% comes from embodied carbon emissions or upfront carbon that is associated with materials and construction processes throughout the whole building lifecycle.

Hence why investing in low carbon retrofit solutions should be an immediate priority. The UK is where innovative solutions are currently deployed to make one of the oldest building stock in the world fits for the Net Zero future.

4. Green Electrification

*** Making the Switch to Electric Vehicles

With transport generating the largest volume of CO2 in the UK, at about 30% of the UK’s CO2 emissions, transitioning to a zero-emission fleet is the obvious place to start. What are the key considerations when planning EV charging infrastructure? What are the challenges lying ahead and how to overcome them?

*** Installing Battery Storage

Installation of Battery storage systems paired with solar and wind turbines are emerging as one of the key solutions to provide reliable and cheaper electricity. Demand Side Response (DSR) and battery storage are also creating exciting opportunities for organisations to unlock value from their spare energy capacity.

5. Leading people through change

Action from consumers, workers, households, leaders, businesses and citizens is needed in order to reach the target.

We look forward to connecting with you at EMEX on 24 and 25 November in London where the above-mentioned topics and many others will be addressed, and the latest energy efficient products and services will be showcased.

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