Event: How to decarbonise heavy industry for business resilience

Last updated: 28th March 2022

Register today to learn how leading industrial manufacturers and heavy emitters are building resilience in the face of the energy crisis and stakeholder pressure for action on net zero.

Event title: How to decarbonise heavy industry for business resilience

Date: Tuesday 5th April

Time: 11am-12pm GMT

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The session will be recorded

Given the current energy crisis, financial strain and operational uncertainty is mounting for industries.

The ability to control energy costs and secure energy independence is now of critical importance and as legislation comes in for strategic divergence away from fossil fuels, organisations who act now will future proof their business operations against further energy shocks in the years ahead. 

This coupled with ever increasing scrutiny on corporate net zero commitments, it’s crucial to have a clear strategy to give clarity and confidence to your investors, customers, suppliers and employees. The Science-Based Targets framework provides a steady hand and long-term strategy to move towards better business resilience – but urgent action is required now. 

We’re hosting this event for professionals in the heavy industrial, manufacturing and engineering firms, especially those who are responsible for sustainability, procurement or finance, to share insight into how net zero and science-based target setting can provide a clear direction for your company even in times of crisis. 

We will cover:

  • Why decarbonising is essential now and how to balance operational needs with your long-term net zero strategy requirements
  • Introduction to science-based targets and the new SBTi net zero definition 
  • What are the biggest challenges to overcome in order to decarbonise heavy industry?
  • Gaining buy-in from your board and building the business case for ambitious target setting
  • Practical next steps to rapid decarbonisation for heavy emitters


  • Jamie Oliver, Associate Director – Energy Services, Carbon Intelligence
  • Susie Chalk, Associate Director – Strategy Services, Carbon Intelligence
  • Olwen Smith, UK & WW Regional Manager, Net Zero Campaigns, CDP

We hope you can join us, the event will be recorded so register to ensure you receive the recording.

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