Free Local Authority Net Zero Scorecards

During the creation of the UK Net Zero Analysis report, CBI Economics created net zero scorecards for every UK local authority which are now available for FREE!

As many of you likely know, we have worked alongside CBI Economics to create an in depth mapping of the UK net zero ecosystem. Within this report, there is a section dedicated to speaking about a small range of net zero scorecards for every local authority in the UK. Well, every single one of these scorecards is now available for free on our reports platform.

This free scorecards report includes:

  • Data on all 374 UK local authorities
  • Many different categories including electricity generation and consumption per household, percentage of net zero businesses, domestic CO₂ emissions per thousand people and more
  • Your local authority ranked in one of three stages for each category – either the top 25%, middle 50% or the bottom 25%.

There’s a lot of great data in here – lets look at some examples.

Image displaying part of the net zero scorecard for the East Midlands.

Above you can see the first few listings for the East Midlands, in which eight metrics are being measured. This shows that Ashfield is doing great in regards to net zero businesses and employees, but has a way to go in terms of domestic emissions per thousand people. On the other hand, Bolsover is doing well with energy consumption per household, but has many areas in which it can improve.

To download the full scorecard document for free from our reports platform, all you have to do is sign up for an account and you will automatically be granted access.

If you are interested in the full net zero ecosystem report, it is available to purchase on the same platform. This includes 36 pages of net zero analysis, including key insights for the 16 net zero sectors featuring investment raised, jobs outlook and more.

If you have any further questions, would like to talk about our data solutions or anything else, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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