When considering the many different approaches your business can take on its path to net zero, the typical carbon management approach suggests a sequenced 3-pronged approach:
However, every organisation’s situation is different and all three available emissions options should be considered and incorporated into planning your net-zero journey. There are many ways that a business can reduce its emissions. More efficient equipment, comprehensive energy monitoring and management, and more effective technologies all help to reduce emissions.
Utilising batteries with renewable energy generation allows energy stored to be released at times of peak demand, reducing energy consumption from the grid.
The simultaneous creation of two or more forms of energy from a single fuel source. The co-generation process allows for the capture of heat, through the generation of electricity, and uses this captured heat as a fuel source.
Allows organisations’ to voluntarily reduce their load at times of peak demand. This has the two-fold benefit of reducing the site’s energy usage and being rewarded financially for the reduction in electricity load.
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Tracking and optimising energy usage to reduce energy consumption, or make your energy usage more productive. A crucial requirement in reducing emissions.
Software solutions, like our Energy Management Centre, use data from your site’s sub-meters to find efficiency improvements. This helps to make your energy more productive, driving down costs and reducing energy consumption.
Marry your detailed energy data with advanced analytics, general market data and work with engineering and project delivery specialists to make your energy more productive and reduce your carbon emissions.
Optimal engineering and energy project management to drive energy savings, maximising the return on your investments and making your energy more productive.
Finding the right technical solution to optimise your on-site equipment’s efficiency is crucial to helping reduce emissions on-site.
Software and hardware solutions can electrify your fleet and provide lower carbon solutions for your e-mobility needs.
On-site solar solutions help organisation’s reduce energy consumption, by sourcing from their own renewable energy assets.
Sub-meters provide a more detailed picture of how business assets use energy, identifying anomalies in performance and providing operational insights. Without sub-metering, you will get a sub-optimal picture of how your site assets are operating.
Utilising Federal and State government environmental certificate schemes, you can be rewarded for avoiding or reducing emissions.
Organic materials are broken down by bacteria (a process called anaerobic digestion) and turned into biogas. This biogas can then be used to provide a clean, renewable, and reliable source of baseload power. Typical organic materials for biogas includes wastewater and food waste.
Explore low carbon solutions for your energy needs, including renewable energy contracting options, on-site renewable solutions and investing in new technologies that will lower emissions.
We can source carbons credits from a mixed portfolio of Australian and carefully chosen, verified international projects. Talk to us about carbon credits and our nature-based solutions.
Download the paper to explore the options to kickstart your energy journey.
Take control of your energy usage to meet your commercial and sustainability goals and make your business more resilient. Utilising our energy expertise and market insights, we work closely with you to optimise energy efficiencies, drive cost savings and advance your future-facing goals like net-zero emissions.
Optimise your energy performance and reach your sustainability goals sooner with our advanced tracking and monitoring solutions.
We deliver optimal engineering and energy project management to drive energy savings, maximise the return on your investments and make your energy more productive.
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