Leading the energy management debate
By 2050, the UK Government aims to have reached net zero. It is one of the most pressing issues facing the planet. Subsequently, many of our clients operating across the built environment have a significant role to play when it comes to energy management. This is why we are consistently giving them platforms on which to convey their messages and expertise on the subject.
As demand for urban housing and public spaces increases, those operating across the built environment must prioritise reducing CO2 emissions during the design, construction, and subsequent operation phases of new builds. However, much of the work to reach net zero also depends on the retrofitting of existing buildings. Another huge issue facing our clients.
The race to net zero
It is said that the 80% of the buildings that exist around us today will still be in use come 2050. Therefore, almost every existing building will need to be adapted if the UK is to meet net zero targets. By operating across all strands of the built environment, we have ensured our clients have discussed these issues across some of the industry’s leading journals and have taken centre stage at some of the industry’s most high-profile events.
Improving the built environment is critical to achieving our national net zero ambitions. Existing buildings generate nearly 40% of annual global CO2 emissions, with building operations responsible for 28% of these annually. We all have a role to play, and we continue to ensure our clients are regarded as some of the most respected commentators on energy management.
We have assisted them to shaping energy management debates across some of the UK’s leading property and corporate real estate titles such as Property Week, Estates Gazette, Planning, Building, and Control, and ABC+D.
Furthermore, we have positioned our clients across key vertical sector media placing them directly in front of existing and potential customers. This has positioned them as a thought leader on this pressing subject and displayed their work by publishing up-to-date case studies. This includes within titles such as Education Today, Independent Schools Magazine, Health Service Journal, Hotel Owner, and the Law Society Gazette.