the 2050 carbon net zero target

On June 27th 2019, the UK became the first major economy in the world to pass laws regarding global warming. The goal has been set to be carbon net zero by 2050.

TUCOE wants to ensure all of our customers and allies are doing their all to make this goal a reality.

What is carbon net zero?

Carbon Net Zero refers to balancing the amount of emitted greenhouse gases with the equivalent emissions that are either offset or sequestered. 

This should primarily be achieved through a rapid reduction in carbon emissions, but where zero carbon cannot be achieved, offsetting through carbon credits or sequestration through rewilding or carbon capture and storage needs to be utilised.

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Green Building

How Can a building embrace a carbon commitment?

Buildings, whether domestic or commercial, contribute towards the most emissions globally.

There are two objectives a building needs to meet. The first is the building needs to receive energy via verified clean renewable energy sources whether on-grid or off-grid.

Feel free to contact us for impartial advice on this.

The second is that the building itself then needs to be as energy efficient as possible. This means identifyng areas that are either inefficient or harmful to this objective. An example is phasing out appliances that use freon.

If these two objectives are met we will be well on our way to hitting that 2050 objective.

If you would like to know more about how to be as energy efficient as possible please get in touch today.

Article: Building energy efficiency as part of your carbon commitment

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