The Mayor of London is seeking views from businesses on support they require and challenges they face in reducing energy consumption. To help, take the survey now by 13th November 2020.
Message from Shirley Rodrigues, Deputy Mayor Environment and Energy:
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and his team at City Hall want to work with businesses to help deliver a green recovery from this pandemic and make London a zero carbon city. London’s commercial and industrial buildings make up 36% of London’s carbon footprint, or around 11 million tonnes of greenhouse gases. To create the future we want, we’re going to need to work together to bring that number right down.
We want to help businesses like yours reduce energy consumption in your buildings, which will lower the impact on the environment and save you money, and have a transformative effect on the capital. We also know that taking action can be overwhelming, especially in these challenging times. That’s why we are carrying out a survey to find out the challenges that businesses like yours face when thinking about taking energy efficiency actions, and the kind of support that we can provide that would help you most.
In less than ten minutes, you can help us understand how we can tackle this climate emergency together: Take the survey now, before it closes on 13 November.