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UK launches one-stop-shop to help businesses become more sustainable

The Department of Energy Security and Net Zero has launched a new UK Business Climate Hub that will help small and medium-sized businesses to access advice… View Article

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UK launches one-stop-shop to help businesses become more sustainable

The Department of Energy Security and Net Zero has launched a new UK Business Climate Hub that will help small and medium-sized businesses to access advice and support on reducing their energy bills while cutting carbon emissions.

It will offer detailed advice on everything from sourcing products from green suppliers and reducing emissions from freight and logistics to the most cost-effective ways of installing solar panels and electric vehicle charging points.

In addition, businesses will be able to access a free carbon calculator and a suite of new tools to help them measure, track and report on their emissions and save money by using less energy.

The hub will aim to serve as a one-stop-shop for businesses that have yet to start making changes, as well as those who are already taking action but want to take things to the next level.

Minister of State for Energy Security and Net Zero Graham Stuart said: “The new UK Business Climate Hub is a one-stop-shop for businesses to find practical advice to reduce their carbon footprint and save on their energy bills.

“Whether it’s fitting a low-carbon heat pump, generating energy with solar panels, or reducing the emissions from shipping goods, the new support will ensure businesses can drive towards net zero.”

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