In June 2019, Parliament went beyond the UK’s existing commitment from an 80% reduction on 1990 level emissions levels, to a net zero greenhouse gas emissions target by 2050.
The decarbonisation of the energy system is one of the biggest challenges facing our world, and we have a critical role to play in the acceleration towards a cleaner future.
In November 2019 we’ve made our own commitment to reduce our direct greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. So, how are we going to achieve it? We’re looking at all sorts of ways to reduce our direct emissions, from reducing gas leakages to electrifying our vehicle fleet.
We don’t have all the answers yet, but we are working hard on establishing the pathway to play our part in a net zero future.
Our route to Net Zero
You can download the full report below.
Net Zero Booklet
You may also be interested in our recent Net Zero webinar which you can also find below.
Net Zero Webinar
Our route to net zero Podcast
Our podcast is a great way to find out more about our net zero ambitions and the technical details behind our proposed solutions.
Episode one features Alison Fulford, Environmental Operations Manager and Carolyn Gardner, Incentives Officer on ET’s proposed pathway.
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Alison Fulford and Carolyn Gardner talk about ET’s business pathway to net zero
In episode one of the ET Sustainability podcast, Alison Fulford, Environmental Operations Manager and Carolyn Gardner, Environment Incentives Officer, talk about the development of ET’s pathway to net-zero. In this episode they share:
- What is National Grid’s commitment to net zero,
- What is ET’s proposed pathway to net zero,
- What to expect from National Grid in the next few months