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Energy and Sustainability Consultancy, Alfa Energy Group

We are an international energy and sustainability consultancy that develops relevant strategies for clients in all industries and keeps them running. We started in 1995 with the simple goal of...

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Responsibility for the success of emissions reduction is broad, and it involves an entire organisation.

The previous 3 chapters and guides on Net Zero Carbon introduced an understanding of business decarbonisation in the face of the UK’s 2050 net zero emissions target and how to go about establishing a strategy compliant with the aims. With the tools and understanding to define a strategy, what’s next?

In Chapter 4 of Net Zero Carbon's Guides and Insights, find out what actions your business should take to put that strategy into play and lower emissions applicable to Scopes 1, 2, and 3.



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