June Newsletter

Bad for business: How to avoid the greenwash label

Did you know that 30% of consumers look for sustainability when purchasing goods and services from a business? Data Analyst, Sophie Legg, discusses how improving an organisations’ sustainability credentials is becoming essential across nearly all sectors and industries. Learn how to find the right carbon offsetting projects and avoid greenwashing accusations.

Did COP27 live up to its ‘implementation’ pledge?

COP27 was announced as the COP that would be dedicated to implementing the decisions made by nations and ensuring that leaders and policy makers would make the move from setting goals to taking action. But 6 months on did it live up to its pledge? Our energy consultant, Tom McLeish, takes a deep dive into the outcomes of COP27 and whether nations are really committed to change. Read more about what happened at COP27.

Understanding your Supply Chain Emissions

Have you considered the impact of your supply chain emissions on your network of supply and manufacture? The price of carbon could be costing you more than you think in carbon offsets, levies and sales. However, tackling Scope 3 emissions and building a supply chain carbon reduction strategy presents an additional layer of complexity as it requires third parties to report on and share their own Scope 1 and 2 emissions. So, what do you do? And how do you do it? Learn about the benefits of supply chain emission reduction for your business.

Case Study: A Collaborative Approach to Data Reporting and Emissions Targets

We have combined the skills and experience of our Bureau and Energy Consultancy teams to help deliver a multilevel service to support our customer’s sustainability objectives and management of their large energy estate. The service includes support with building carbon targets; including methodology options to help set carbon targets for individual buildings within the energy estate. Analysis of their portfolio’s available capacity as a utility cost-saving exercise, and demand  decarbonisation and increased electric car charging linked to each site. Read the case study in full.

TEAM Energy continues the expansion of its Energy Consultancy with four new appointments

In response to the demand for net zero and carbon reduction support, we have built on our already experienced Energy Services team by appointing four new energy consultants. We are delighted to welcome Georgina Wisby, Esther Barker, Casey Streat and Warren Pope to the company. Together they bring with them a breadth of skills and knowledge across building efficiency, carbon reporting and energy savings to our specialised in-house team. Meet our new energy consultants.

What are Simplified Building Energy Model (SBEM) Calculations?

Created by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) to assess the energy consumption of commercial and non-domestic buildings, SBEM, much like SAP calculations for domestic dwellings, are used to demonstrate compliance with the Building Regulation UK Part L (BRUKL). Learn more about SBEM.

Our growing team

Warren Pope has joined our Energy Services as Energy Consultant

Casey Streat has joined our Energy Services as Energy Consultant

Georgina Wisby has joined our Energy Services as Energy Consultant

Alex Waskowycz has joined our Marketing Team as Business Development Executive

Rudolph Kam has joined our Bureau Team as Delivery Analyst

Join our team

Are you looking for your next career challenge? We are recruiting for a Key Account Manager to join our Sales Team to support organisations in the Southwest of England with their energy and sustainability needs. Learn more about TEAM’s job offers here.

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