The road to Carbon Zero – A customer journey

Thursday 28th November 2019
13:00  -  13:30

Theatre :  Case Studies  Public Sector  Sustainability and Climate Change 

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With pressure mounting on organisations to make the transition to zero carbon, Wakefield Council has declared a climate emergency and is working with energy and services group, ENGIE, to achieve its target of becoming a carbon-neutral organisation by 2030.

This session will discuss ENGIE and the Council’s journey on the road to carbon neutrality and the approach taken to meet this goal.

Graham Oxley ENGIEGraham Oxley Managing Director of Energy with Services
ENGIE
kevin FisherKevin Fisher Service Manager
Wakefield Council

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