Net Zero is a unique emerging sector in that it has been established to tackle a specific problem within a specific time frame – reducing greenhouse gases produced by humans.
The true meaning of Net Zero refers to the collective target to balance the amount of greenhouse gases being produced and removed from our atmosphere. The goal here is for humankind to reach a state where the amount we add is no more than we take away – hence the ‘Net’ Zero part.
From this a thriving UK Net Zero economy has taken shape, which coincides with the country’s target to cut emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and reach Net Zero by 2050. This ecosystem of verticals and companies in the Net Zero supply chain, which range from low carbon energy generation all the way to green finance, represent a now thriving industry and present big opportunity for economic growth in the future.