TEP and Envantage partner to reduce carbon emissions
Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) and carbon and energy specialist Envantage have teamed up in an effort to reduce emissions.
Envantage is working with TEP which is home to the Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre, to look at TEP’s greenhouse gas profile including both direct and indirect emissions.
TEP will put a strategy in place to reduce emissions and support its mission to create innovative clean energy solutions across the West Midlands.
Jessica Harris, Head of Carbon Services at Envantage said: “Tyseley Energy Park is already a real success story in diversification, where Webster & Horsfall Group has transformed this site into a nationally recognised hub for zero-carbon innovation.
“Our work will provide the site with the full picture of its carbon emissions as part of its journey to net zero. Too often the focus is on Scope 1 and 2 emissions, which are direct and power-related i.e. those emissions that occur within the company’s ‘walls’. However, for most organisations, this is just the tip of the iceberg.