Member Steve Abbott and his team at Woodford have had a busy few months working hard on their journey to net zero and they will soon be opening their exciting, new Innovation Hub.
The hub is launching as part of their Renewables and SmartTECH division to develop ideas and bring them to impact.
Woodford Renewables and SmartTECH is focused on driving sustainability, developing energy-saving initiatives and providing options for Optimised smart HVAC systems for both commercial and residential projects. Utilising renewable resources and SmartTECH solutions, they are helping meet the UK’s growing need for energy savings & optimisation while keeping carbon emissions low and helping the country deal with climate change.
Businesses and net zero
In order to tackle the global challenge of climate change, businesses all around the world are working on their own journey to net zero. Net zero refers to achieving a balance between the greenhouse gas emissions produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere, resulting in no further contribution to global warming.
By committing to achieving net zero emissions, businesses can reduce their environmental impact, mitigate the risks associated with climate change and demonstrate their commitment to sustainability. This can also help businesses to enhance their reputation, attract environmentally conscious customers and investors and stay ahead of regulations.
Moreover, transitioning to net zero can also bring economic benefits, such as reducing energy costs, improving operational efficiency and creating new business opportunities in the growing low-carbon economy. It can also help businesses to future-proof themselves against the impacts of climate change, such as extreme weather events and supply chain disruptions.
What are you and your team doing on your journey to net zero?
Innovation is crucial for achieving net zero emissions as it enables the development and deployment of new technologies and solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and transition to a low-carbon economy.