Why should your business track its energy (3 reasons)

13th Mar 2023 | Mollie Pinnington | 3 minute read

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Becoming a sustainable business isn't just about setting goals and objectives; it's about having the ability to track your energy usage and consumption data so that you can better identify and eliminate waste. While being responsible with our carbon footprint is essential, understanding where emissions are coming from and how much is being produced can also be paramount in terms of planning for an efficient future and ensuring ROI on your sustainability initiatives. We understand this, which is why we offer a comprehensive range of carbon reporting services to help your business accurately measure, monitor, report and reduce its scope 1,2 and 3 emissions by tracking energy consumption in detail. Find out why taking control of your business's businesses carbon footprint is important today.

You need to measure waste to reduce it

Unfortunately, energy waste is a part of everyday operations for many companies and without knowing the source of the wasted energy, it can be extremely difficult to identify and eliminate. At Resolve Net Zero, we give businesses a detailed rundown on their scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions so that they can get an in-depth understanding of where exactly the waste is coming from and what may have caused it.

While these scopes are important to understand, scope 3 emissions are often harder to measure as they come from indirect sources. As such, if you want to take full control over your energy usage going forward then Resolve Net Zero can provide you with an accurate understanding of all three scopes of emissions and help you identify wasteful energy sources that could otherwise remain hidden.


Carbon reduction is going to soon become compulsory

Carbon emissions reporting may seem like an unnecessary hassle for smaller businesses, but it can actually work to your advantage. By taking the initiative to report their carbon emissions, these businesses have a unique opportunity to be officially recognized for their efforts towards energy efficiency.

With net zero targets set by the government before 2050, now is the best time to start carbon reporting - not only will this help current operations, but it will also set your business up for success in the future when all companies are required to do so. Though there may be some initial effort involved in committing to carbon reporting, its long-term rewards more than make up for it in accreditations and improved sustainability practices.


You need to increase your sustainable reputation

Establishing credibility and trust in your business's sustainability practices can be a competitive advantage in today’s market, where many of your customers and stakeholders are mindful of their environmental impact. Energy management is a great way to actively prove that effort.

Accreditation through an energy measurement and reduction program demonstrates that your business is more than just proficient in its energy usage, but also committed to lowering it - something that holds a lot of value for many modern shoppers who are conscious of not only obvious looming crises like climate change, but approach buying decisions with an eco-friendly mindset. Thus, to stand out and succeed, investing in energy assessment and reduction just makes good financial sense.

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