Octopus Energy introduce net zero study centre: Octopus Energy has just started a new research centre to encourage  policymakers & businesses that would like to invest in clean technologies & green energy.

The alleged Octopus Centre for Net Zero facility, that will be situated in London, will incorporate energy technology data &  economic analysis to advance tools created to help energy transition & stop climate change.

At the beginning, research will target 2 of the UK’s most carbon-intensive divisions, residential heating & transport, that jointly accounted for 53% of the total carbon emissions in 2019, as reported by official figures.

Energy Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan stated: “As we build back greener, private sector and business investment is going to be vital in helping us hit our targets and I look forward to seeing how the tools developed by the Octopus Centre for Net Zero support our efforts to tackle climate change.”

Octopus Energy introduce net zero study centre

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