Listen in as they discuss:
- What a decarbonisation plan is and why they matter
- Why companies are struggling to produce them
- How detailed they need to be
- The differences between ESG and decarbonisation
- What the risks are of not having one
- The scale of carbon emissions that can be saved
- How to secure internal buy-in for your decarbonisation plans
Chris Paddey, Managing Director at Padd Energy, which became part of Anthesis in July 2022, talks to Business Reporter about how organisations can deliver on their Net Zero targets and the risks of avoiding planning your decarbonisation efforts.
As organisations across the world increasingly align with Net Zero targets, businesses need to find ways to get to grips with their emissions and develop sound plans for decarbonisation.
Speaking to Business Reporter, Chris Paddey discusses the importance of creating robust decarbonisation plans, and how these can be integrated into businesses to be pragmatic, realisable and impactful.
“if you don’t have a robust decarbonisation plan you are going to lose customers and pay higher taxes”
A decarbonisation plan sets out how an organisation will reduce consumption and decarbonise its systems to meet their Net Zero targets by the dates they have set.
The Padd Energy Team, supported by Anthesis, is an expert in decarbonisation. We are specialists at developing engineering and decarbonisation solutions that are robust, detailed from the ground up and give confidence to our clients that they can decarbonise their operations within the budgets forecasted.