Sustainability

By tackling the source of rising global temperatures and air pollution, we’re leading the way to a greener future.

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Our sustainability commitment

At Zenobē, we’re driving the transition to zero carbon by making clean power accessible. Our innovative use of battery storage is kind to your pocket and the planet. We’re committed to tackling the source of rising global temperatures and air pollution, leading the way to a greener future.

As a carbon neutral organisation, signatory to the Science Based Targets initiative and proud participant in the United Nations’ Race to Zero campaign we are making a big impact by implementing our solutions at scale.

By financing, designing, building, and managing battery systems, our customers can switch to renewable energy, electric vehicles, and efficient power distribution. ­

 

Our impacts

We are a carbon neutral organisation, signatory to the Science Based Targets initiative and proud participant in the United Nation’s Race to Zero campaign. By implementing our solutions at scale, we are making a big impact.

  • From 2025 we’ll save 1 million tonnes of CO2 per year
  • We’ll also save 92 million litres of diesel annually
  • 770 tonnes of CO2 saved per electric bus over our 15-year contracts
  • 300kg of NOx saved per electric bus over our 15-year contracts
  • 89 tonnes of CO2 battery MWh saved using a second life battery

Come and see us at COP26!

Learn more:

+ Corporate Social Responsibility Policy

+ Environmental Policy

+ Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy

+ How are energy and transport sectors moving to net zero?

Aligning with the SDGs

To tackle the environmental crisis and drive the global transition to net zero, we have aligned our values with key targets from the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. These targets reflect our purpose and provide a clear framework for our growth.

Sustainable

By providing a complete solution we help our customers switch to cleaner, more efficient energy and transport systems. These reduce CO2 emissions and improve air quality – both are needed to ensure a healthier, more sustainable future for all.

We’ve committed to net zero value chain emissions by 2050 are continually seeking to exceed our environmental compliance obligations. Read our Environmental Policy to learn more.

Innovation

As the UK’s leading independent owner and operator of battery storage we’re advocates for green innovation and infrastructure. We’re finding new and better ways to reduce carbon and air pollution using batteries. We also help drive economic growth, employment, and a thriving industry.

We’re a growing business in an exciting sector – want to get involved? Check out our Careers page.

Solutions focused

We’re delivering technical, financial, and environmental results in the best way possible through our environmentally and economically sustainable solutions.

We also recognise that the path to net zero is not straight, it’s circular. That’s why we’re thinking of our solutions as an ecosystem and exploring end-of-life opportunities.

Collaboration

Partnership and engagement are key to our growth and the success of our goals. We believe in cross-sector collaboration, open discussion of policy and transparent institutions.

Do you want to understand what net zero means for your organisation? Maybe you want to work with us? Please use the contact form at the bottom of the page.


[i] World Meteorological Organisation,’2020 was one of three warmest years on record’, 15 January 2021, <https://public.wmo.int/en/media/press-release/2020-was-one-of-three-warmest-years-record>

[ii] IEA, ‘Transport: Improving the sustainability of passenger and freight transport’ https://www.iea.org/topics/transport

[iii] UN Climate Change News, ‘Polluted Air Affects More than 90% of Children’, 28 August 2018, <https://unfccc.int/news/polluted-air-affects-more-than-90-of-children>

[iv] IEA, ‘Net Zero by 2050: A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector’, May 2021, https://www.iea.org/reports/net-zero-by-2050 & IEA, ‘Gobal Energy Review 2021’, 2021, <https://www.iea.org/reports/global-energy-review-2021/renewables>

[v] The International Energy Agency, IEA Flagship Report, May 2021 <https://www.iea.org/reports/net-zero-by-2050> & Plamena Tisheva, Renewables Now, ‘Battery storage market seen to hit USD 16bn by 2030’, 16 April 2021, <https://renewablesnow.com/news/battery-storage-market-seen-to-hit-usd-16bn-by-2030-738218/>

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