January’s energy compliance news

Whatever the drivers, 2020 is set to be a busy year for the low carbon economy. The deadline for Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting is two months away for some companies, many of which will be reporting publicly for the first time.

Many businesses will be going well beyond compliance this year too, and setting ambitious science-based reduction targets to futureproof growth.

As usual, we’ve been scanning the horizon for the low carbon news affecting business. In case you missed them, here’s our roundup of last month’s stories from the Hub.

Looking back, to look forward…

We started the year in reflective mode, looking back at 2019 – a year where the conversation on climate change really ramped up. Read more.

Will 2020 be the year of action on climate change?

If 2019 was the year of promises on climate change, then we’re hoping 2020 will be the year that delivers. We’ve rounded up the major events and policy set to shape the low carbon agenda in 2020.

Net zero: the (rather large) policy gaps

Talking of delivering, we’ve taken a deep dive look into what the UK needs to do to meet its legally binding 2050 target for net zero emissions. It’s quite a to do list!