The NSW Government has committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050, which is aligned to the Paris Climate Agreement to which Australia is a signatory. To meet these targets, organisations need to act to not only improve energy efficiency and increase renewable energy but also reduce emissions through their value chain.
Sustainability Advantage supports members to develop their own clean energy and net zero emissions pathways.
By taking early action, organisations can demonstrate their commitment to responsible business, realise unique opportunities to drive innovation and help solve energy productivity and affordability challenges.
Pathway to net zero emissions
We’ve gathered lessons learnt from our experience working with organisations on their clean energy and net-zero journey into a guide to help others through the process of developing their own strategy.
Find it at Clean energy strategy guide for businesses.
Sustainability Advantage members leading the way
Read about members who are taking leadership on clean energy and net zero emissions.
De Bortoli Wines
De Bortoli Wines’ goal to be a ‘zero waste winery’ is driving an innovative approach to clean energy in the local community.
Brookfarm is building on its position as a sustainability leader by developing a clean energy strategy that ensures clean energy initiatives are implemented as the business continues to grow.
CHEP is investigating ways to achieve a 20% reduction in emissions intensity by 2020 compared to its 2015 baseline.
Stone & Wood
Stone & Wood Brewing Company is building on its considerable sustainability achievements by adopting a clean energy strategy that will deliver meaningful outcomes for its investors, customers and the local communities in which it operates.
Lismore City Council
Lismore City Council is working to meet the community’s desire to be a model of sustainability. Council’s ambitious goal is to be 100% self-sufficient in electricity from renewable sources by 2023.