You can’t manage what you can’t see
Last updated: 13th October 2020
E.ON are running a series of webinars on how achieving net zero can be profitable and sustainable for your business.
Data can be key in achieving net zero carbon for your business.
Join us for the second webinar in our six part “Making Net Zero” series, with a focus on identifying quick wins to get you started, and explaining how you can measure your progress along the way. If you’d like to save your spot, discover more here.
15 October at 2pm
Visualising data to assess your emissions is a critical first step to achieving net zero for your business. Join our experts as we take you through the steps to getting started, optimising existing systems and, identifying quick wins to get your journey to net zero off to a flying start.
22 October at 2pm
For manufacturers with heat intensive processes this exclusive webinar will share learnings on how Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) can be part of your net zero journey. Our experts will explain how transforming your unused heat can generate clean electricity, lower your energy consumption, and subsequently reduce your carbon emissions.
29 October at 2pm
Renewables and self-generation are key steps in helping you achieve your emissions targets, build long-term resilience, and mitigate future costs. With a focus on solar generation, this webinar will help you understand how self-generation and storage plays its part in your net zero journey.
12 November at 2pm
Heating and cooling can be major contributors to your emissions and are often difficult to tackle. This webinar will help you understand how to start your decarbonation journey and achieve all the right benefits for your business and the planet.
26 November at 1:30pm
In the last of our “Making Net Zero” webinar series, we will examine how you can address parts of your scope 1 and 3 emissions by decarbonising your fleet. Our expert speakers will explore the benefits and challenges of current and future technologies, focusing on electric vehicle charging and a full low down on integrated “vehicle-to-grid” solutions.
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