Industrial net zero pathways publication: Free download
The past two years has seen a step-up in ambitious carbon reduction targets as companies look to meet investor expectations and manage their long-term climate related risks.
Companies are now setting longer term GHG targets aligning themselves to the net zero position by 2050. Whilst very few of these companies would feel they have absolute clarity around how these goals will be achieved many are likely to feel they have a decent line of site of how it can be done.
The challenge of industrial heat
There is a more fundamental challenge for industries with high process heating demands such as glass production, food and drink processing and production of chemicals. Companies in these sectors may well have a detailed plan to achieve their reduction targets for 2025 or 2030 but there is much less understanding of how this decarbonisation momentum will be maintained over the subsequent two decades.
Industrial net zero pathways publication
Our publication looks at the net zero pathway from an industrial perspective, exploring the longer term sector specific challenges and how they can be tackled.
- Understand the sector specific challenges and benefits of a net zero carbon pathway.
- Explore the components of the pathway and the considerations for industries with high process heating demands.
- See an example of what a net zero pathway should look like for industrial sectors.
- Identify your position on the net zero journey (and what to do next!).
If you would like to know more, join our webinar on Thursday 23rd April.
Head of Energy and Resource Management, Andrew Todd will explore the pathway to net zero from an industrial standpoint, discussing the challenges and how they could be tackled: