In 2019, the UK adopted a legal commitment to achieving Net Zero by 2050. As part of putting this plan into action, the government set out standards for what carbon footprint data should be captured and how it should be reported. Emissions data now needs to be reported as part of a Carbon Reduction Plan, which requires a breakdown of specific emissions as well as outlines of carbon reduction projects and targets.
In this webinar, we focus on what manufacturers need to get started and the specific challenges faced by your sector. We will discuss what the different Scopes are and which ones need to be included, which supply chain emissions to capture and the steps you need to take to get started.
A breakdown of Scopes 1, 2, and 3
What are the different scopes and how do they apply to CRPs?
Capturing supply chain emissions
How can manufacturers measure supply chain emissions?
Roadmap and Tips
Key steps in the CRP roadmap and how to get there
Peter is an expert in carbon compliance and has helped hundreds of companies meet the requirements necessary for their business. Peter has been an integral aid for companies on their carbon reporting journey, providing clear and concise advice on their road to compliance.
Andy is the Head of Data Analysis at Enistic, managing a team of Carbon Consultants. He works with our clients to ensure that their Scope 1, 2 & 3 data is accurate and compliant. Andy has over 20 years of experience and is currently helping over 100 of our clients with their Net Zero journey.
A Carbon Reduction Plan (CRP) is a statement from suppliers identifying their current carbon footprint and the commitment they will make to help the UK achieve Net Zero emissions by 2050.
CRPs also need to be made as part of PPN 06/21, a public procurement notice which sets out requirements for companies bidding on government contracts worth over £5 million. Since 30th September 2021, ALL suppliers bidding on these contracts must comply with PPN 06/21, detailing their commitment to achieving Net Zero by 2050 and how they will reach the target.
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Talk to our Senior Advisor if you need more information. Peter can help assess your carbon reporting needs.
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