As we move towards a lower carbon future, Beca’s Decarbonisation Planning specialists can develop a practical roadmap to help your business decarbonise its operations – leading to a lower carbon, more resilient future.
This is just one of Beca's many Decarbonisation related services covering a broad range of markets. Stay tuned for more information on our website in coming weeks...
The world's economies are moving to reduce their carbon emissions.
At the top of their agenda is the need to lower emissions from the most carbon intensive industries, with energy, heat production and industrial processes key contributors. In 2020 Industrial processing contributed 6% of net emissions in Australia and 22% of net emissions in New Zealand. To reduce carbon emissions while maintaining sustainable operations, a broad and transformational approach is required to solve this multifaceted problem.
Our roadmap will be underpinned by our experience in Masterplanning of industrial sites so we take into account your current site operations and how your future growth will be integrated into the site.
We’ll apply our experience in Process Engineering to understand your operations and energy systems with a balanced focus on the energy supply and demand requirements.
This begins with establishing a baseline energy balance for your business, by investigating both your energy utility supply and process demand requirements. This is a key input to workshopping and developing a long-term strategic roadmap that considers the following crucial factors:
We also understand the funding available in the market that can help you facilitate this important transition. And by drawing upon our practical experience – including numerous projects we’ve already completed in this niche field combined with our broader Sustainability offering, we’ll help you implement your decarbonisation roadmap step-by-step.
What We've Done
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