The BECBC Net Zero group looks at the sustainable energy market, both to support members to help their businesses reduce their energy overheads and carbon footprint, and to help them break into a booming clean energy sector.
In the year of COP26, with sustainability starting to appear on tenders and becoming more important to our customers, learning from experience will help BECBC members lead the way. In this meeting Simon Sjenitzer shares Tetra Tech's experience.
Tetra Tech UK’s journey to Net Zero – sharing our learning from policy announcement, through the Board Room and into action. A brief presentation of our journey, the challenges, hurdles and process steps in order to declare ourselves
Net Zero carbon. We are still on the journey, and the hard part of developing a strategy with science based targets is yet to come!
Benchmarking net zero tool – trying to support and encourage supply chain activity for mutual benefit. In conjunction with Curzon Management Consultants we have developed a simple to complete online questionnaire that provides the user with a GDPR compliant benchmarking comparator of their own actions being take towards net zero. Benchmarking only becomes meaningful when a number of respondents have competed it, so I would like to test it on sub-group members first.
Simon Sjenitzer is a senior Director reporting directly to the company UK President and has strategic responsibility for delivering Tetra Tech’s UK service capability in relation to Energy & Net Zero market requirements.
He is currently a private sector member of the Cumbria LEP Investment Panel and has extensive experience of grant funded initiatives including innovation both as awarding body and recipient.
Previously Simon worked for the Regional Development Agency and established the Cumbria Renewables Panel Chaired by Sir Martin Holdgate.
He has project development experience on all forms of renewable energy technology and oversaw the construction of the UK’s first community owned small on-farm Anaerobic Digester in addition to being on the government’s advisory panel for Community Energy.