JRP's Net Zero and Sustainability Experts are speaking out to challenge 8 of the most common Net Zero Myths. Our Net Zero Myth 7: “We need new technologies before we can significantly reduce emissions from heating, lighting and power.” JRP's Principal Energy Consultant Simon Matthews, explains why we don’t need to wait for the magic wand of new technologies.
This is the 7th in our series of video blogs dispelling 8 common Net Zero Myths. Here are all the blogs for you to view and share with colleagues:
“We have reduced our energy level and production emissions and so we must be nearly at Net Zero.” Senior Net Zero and Sustainability Consultant Elinor Kershaw gives a clear and concise explanation of why most of your organisation’s emissions are likely to be beyond your direct energy use and production. View
“We have gas and electricity data so we can now calculate our carbon footprint.” JRP’s Principal Sustainability and Energy Consultant, Wendy Cheeseman, gives an eye-opening explanation of what data is really required. View
“Most emissions savings will come through technological improvements and advances.” Managing Director Jes Rutter busts this myth thoroughly with his explanation of the huge potential of more than 140 people led interventions. View
“We need new technologies before we can significantly reduce emissions from heating, lighting and power.” Principal Energy Consultant Simon Matthews explains why we don’t need to wait for the magic wand of new technologies. View
“Organisations can make whatever Net Zero claims that they like because there is no standard to hold them to.” Sustainability Director Carol Somper challenges the “weaselly words” from organisations that should know better. View
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