Enistic provides support to organisations in the NHS, as well working with their supply chain to comply with PPN 06/21. Our experts have over 20 years of experience, having produced 3,000 + reports that have consistently met the high standard we strive for. We recognise the importance of NHS suppliers reporting their carbon emissions in order for Trusts to better understand their Carbon Footprint. Become an NHS approved supplier and increase your Sustainability Score.
Our goal is to provide a service that helps Trusts and NHS suppliers reach their Net Zero targets with the help of our sustainability platform. Track your emissions, create carbon reduction plans and ensure you comply with the standards designed to tackle the climate crisis.
The Procurement Policy Note (PPN 06/21) was released by Crown Commercial Service in June 2021 and sets out how government departments need to take account of suppliers’ Net Zero Carbon Reduction Plans in the procurement of major government contracts. It is subject to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.
Since 30th September 2021, all NHS suppliers who bid for large government contracts (over £5 Million) have to comply with PPN 06/21, detailing their commitment to achieving Net Zero by 2045 and how they will reach the target.
The 2023 milestone is coming up. Ensure you comply with NHS Net Zero goals and become an approved NHS supplier.
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Find out what your business needs to do in order to comply with PPN 06/21 with our helpful guide!
of carbon dioxide emissions annually
Without immediate action, the world is at an increased risk of adverse weather conditions and expanding the range of infectious diseases. The climate emergency is also a health emergency.
What level of sustainability are you?
In 2022, NHSE&I launched the NHS sustainable supplier framework, creating a single centralised source of information recording how suppliers are aligning with our net zero trajectory.
Suppliers will be able to self-certify their achievement of our requirements, initially voluntarily.
The recording of our webinar, NHS Net Zero Compliance for suppliers, is now available to watch online. The slides are also available, so feel free to forward to colleagues who may find this useful!
In this webinar, we discuss the Greener NHS Programme and Net Zero goals that the NHS has committed to. Find out what PPN 06/21 is and how the NHS has adopted the standard. Learn about the different reporting requirements that NHS suppliers must comply with and much more!
Our cloud-based carbon management platform pulls together your carbon data into one, easy-to-access place. Intuitive dashboards help you to visualise key metrics, and monitor performance at a glance. The built in analytics suite enables you to create customisable reports that can be exported and shared with your organisation. Download reports and share your carbon data and progress easily.
• Live Carbon Footprint
• Track & report your progress to stakeholders
• Up-to-date carbon conversion factors
•Analyse and compare individual sites
•Automatic data upload
•Downloadable and customisable reports for PPN 06/21
Talk to our Senior Healthcare Advisor if you need more information. Brett can help assess what you need to do in order to comply with PPN 06/21.
Phone: 01865 598 776
Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) is a piece of legislation from the UK Government which replaced the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC).
The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) was introduced by the UK Government to promote energy efficiency and to ensure large enterprises are regularly assessing their energy usage.
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Science-based targets (SBT) are targets that help companies define their journey to reduce carbon emissions, helping prevent the worst impacts of climate change and future-proof business growth.
The Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) was developed to create consistent climate-related financial risk disclosures for use by organisations in providing information.
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