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The E.ON Group is one of Europe's largest operators of energy networks and energy infrastructure and a provider of innovative customer solutions for 50 million customers.

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How are you contributing to the UK’s carbon reduction targets?

As a society we are increasingly environmentally conscious and aware of the need for positive change around emissions. And as a nation we have a national end date to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. It is a legally binding long-term goal, set out in 2019 by the UK Climate Change Act and introduced following advice from the Climate Change Committee (CCC). Since then, even in this short space of time, the UK has made huge strides - particularly within the public sector. Many local authorities have introduced their own, more ambitious targets to meet net zero carbon and emissions goals. New green projects are regularly being commissioned, using both new and existing technologies. From our survey, covering 107 public sector employees across the country, the vast majority of respondents (85%) felt their organisations were on track to contribute to meeting the 2050 goals.

Understanding The Opportunities Of EV Adoption For Public Sector Net-Zero Ambitions

Climate change has become increasingly important to our public sector organisations and their strategies for the coming years, with key steps needing to be taken across the country to mitigate impacts and reduce carbon emissions. Electric vehicle (EV) adoption has been earmarked as one of the leading, early solutions; an accessible entry level step to help make a difference in the short term, as we look to introduce broader, longer term societal shifts. But with no two public sector organisations being quite the same, where do organisations need to look in order to understand and implement the necessary support and infrastructure for effective EV adoption? What are the challenges, and crucially how does the public sector overcome these in a cost effective manner? To pose those questions to the experts, Public Sector Executive’s Matt Roberts sat down with David Butters, General Manager responsible for E.ON Drive, at E.ON UK. When it comes to overseeing EV adoption and infrastructure in the UK, David is one of E.ON’s go-to minds.

The Electric Revolution Has Begun: The Business Case for Electric Vehicle Charging Today

2030—the government’s deadline for the end of petrol and diesel vehicle sales—is approaching and that means electric vehicles (EVs) are no longer a far-off dream—they’re quickly becoming an everyday reality, that’s soon to be the norm for the majority. This sweeping change will have implications for your customers, employees, and operations, and by acting today you can ensure you’re not only prepared for 2030, but fully embracing the benefits the electric revolution can bring. But what do you need to do to be ready for 2030 and how can you turn these changes into a competitive advantage? Download to find out more.

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