What is Carbon Neutrality (Net Zero)?

Carbon neutrality, or having a net zero carbon footprint, refers to achieving net zero carbon dioxide emissions by balancing carbon emissions with carbon removal (often through carbon offsetting) or simply eliminating carbon emissions altogether (the transition to the “post-carbon economy”). 

It is used in the context of carbon dioxide-releasing processes associated with transportation, energy production, agriculture, and industrial processes. For many businesses this could be a case of making sure equipment is turned off when not in use, being more energy efficient and obtaining a green source of energy.

But what does this mean for your business? Well, there will come a time when the government will put pressure on businesses by legislation and making it compulsory for businesses across the country to reduce their carbon footprint.

Some businesses have already started the change by looking at a greener form of energy, which in turn reduces their carbon production.

For example Full Power recognises that change needs to happen now. By looking at a business’s utility output they can help to reduce their carbon footprint by procuring a greener option and help them to get on track with not only the government’s requirements but the ethics of that business.

Full Power work with all the green and renewable suppliers in the commercial market to ensure that the supply is the right fit for your business.

So, now is the time to start thinking, and if you would like to know a bit more, do get in touch.

Author: David Wimblett

Business Tips, Exclusive Offers, Videos and More... Business Mentor - guidance, motivation, inspiration and support. . Started my first business as a 21 year old. Live in Chilworth, Guildford, Surrey with my wife. We have four grown-up sons. Author of 'The 10 Year Breakfast' and 'BNI: One Bite at a Time'.

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