Offsetting is where companies invest in external carbon reduction projects as a way of compensating for emissions that they have not yet removed.
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is a process that captures and utilises the waste heat produced by the electricity generation process.
Corporate power purchase agreements are a popular choice for organisations looking to transition to a true green energy supply.
Heat pumps are used to transfer low temperature heat from a renewable source to a higher, more useful temperature using a refrigerant cycle.
Small-scale hydropower provides a long-term way for businesses to generate their own electricity from water: a reliable, clean energy source.
If your site has a poor power factor, it is likely to result in greater costs and a larger carbon footprint. Discover how a partner can help assess and correct your power factor.
Accounts for 50% of overall energy use in supermarkets and 30% of in pubs – unsurprisingly a significant source of GHG emissions. Learn how to reduce the impact this equipment has on your carbon footprint.
Offering a good ROI and can be applied to many sectors including manufacturing and industrial sites, education facilities, offices, retail outlets and leisure facilities.
By recycling waste heat there is the potential to greatly reduce carbon emissions across many sectors and save energy costs.
A key element of any net zero strategy will be the transition away from a fossil fuel-based energy supply; which means more and more organisations will be considering onsite generation in the coming years.