edie launches series of mini-reports for energy transition to net-zero

edie has released a series of mini-reports on key topics for energy management and the transition to a net-zero carbon economy.

The new series of summary reports from its SPARK! 2.0 event, developed as part of its Net-Zero November last month.

The guides provide insight into the big challenges and opportunities facing energy managers as the country moves towards net-zero carbon by 2050.

Following the government’s amendment to the Climate Change Act, legislating for net-zero in June 2019, the energy sector has come together at a series of business-critical events held by edie in the autumn.

The most recent of these Energy Leaders Club events was held in Birmingham on 6 November.

There are five free-to-download reports in total published throughout December, with each covering off a different element of the business energy revolution:

1) Net-Zero Carbon Strategies 

2) Data Management

3) Behaviour Change 

4) Smart Energy

5) Electric fleets (to follow)

Join the conversation with the Energy Leaders Club

The Business Barometer has been designed primarily for members of edie’s Energy Leaders Club – the free members club for in-house energy managers and practitioners who are responsible for managing and reducing their organisation’s energy.

Membership of the Club is open to both existing energy ‘leaders’ and the managers and practitioners who aim to become the energy leaders of tomorrow. Club membership is closed to suppliers and solutions providers.

To join the Energy Leaders Club, please fill out this membership application form.

edie staff


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