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energy carbon offsetting

Every business creates CO2 emissions. 
the time to offset carbon usage is now!

What is Carbon Offsetting?

Every business creates CO2 emissions which contribute to climate change getting worse. To reduce our carbon footprint, business can consider reductions of the below types of usage:

✔ Gas and electricity consumption

✔ Commuting and business travel

✔ Paper usage

✔ Office waste

✔ Water usage

But this isn't always easy to do... let us introduce carbon offsetting!

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Offsetting carbon usage, very simply put means that whatever carbon a business emits (calculated individually) is offset by purchasing carbon credits - which are used to support projects around the world which focus on restoring our planet and it's environment. 

 

Ideally, reducing carbon footprint wherever possible is best, but offsetting is a great place to start if a business is looking to do it's bit.

The Carbon Offsetting Journey

Step 1: Measure

Step 2: Reduce

Step 3: Offset

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Solution: Carbon Offsets

1 Carbon Offset = 1 Less tonne of CO2 emissions elsewhere in the world.

+ 30 tonnes CO2

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Restaurant buys 30 Carbon Offsets which supports a Forest Conservation Project in Borneo.

Restaurant is Carbon Neutral

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- 30 tonnes CO2

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+ 1000 tonnes CO2

Factory buys 1000 Carbon Offsets which supports a wind power project in India.

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Factory is Carbon Neutral

- 1000 tonnes CO2

Why would your customers want to buy Carbon Offsets?

✔ To gain a competitive advantage.
 

✔ To be recognised for doing the right thing for the planet.

✔ To receive a certificate to display, and a digital badge!  

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✔ It's affordable! We make it possible for SMEs to offset energy usage for around 1% of their annual energy spend. 

 

✔ Buying carbon offsets is much more meaningful for the environment than most ‘green’ energy tariffs, which rely on the REGO system.