With businesses under pressure to minimise energy costs, improve resilience and accelerate decarbonisation, what role can onsite technologies and systems play? Here, edie rounds up best-practice advice from the business leaders on this vitally important topic.

When the UK Government first announced its legally binding net-zero target, it was regarded as world-leading. Aside from encouraging similar commitments from nations across the globe, the target will require businesses of all sizes and sectors to accelerate decarbonisation work.

The private sector has been calling for clarity on how, exactly, businesses should approach the transition in terms of investment, timing and technology. But with energy costs rising, clean technology costs falling and off-grid opportunities becoming more viable, many leading firms have already begun deploying and scaling up tech-based solutions across there estate.

To that end, edie’s most recent webinar provided best-practice advice to those exploring onsite technologies for decarbonisation – from solar, to combined heat and power (CHP), ground-source heat pumps and carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.

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