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Net Zero Go from Energy Systems Catapult

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Net Zero Go

from Energy Systems Catapult, is a unique, powerful, easy-to-use platform bringing together all the tools and support that local authorities need to develop successful, locally-focused zero carbon projects, taking initiatives from a standing start to operational and beyond. With over 80% of councils in the UK now “declaring a climate emergency”, Net Zero Go has been launched to tackle many of the common barriers to action, such as time and resource, financing and procurement, and local energy knowhow.

Net Zero Go was co-developed with local authorities and draw on a range of experience and expertise from leaders in local energy and investors, including UK Research and Innovation, Innovate UK, BEIS, UK Energy Hubs, APSE, Anthesis, Ashden, Cornwall Insights, EnergyRev, Local Partnerships, UK100, the Local Government Association, the Green Finance Institute, HM Treasury, and the UK Infrastructure Bank. Get started with limited access or register free for a Net Zero Go’s full suite of features.

All the Knowhow you Need

Get speedy access to the sector’s best resources in one, easy-to-search hub. With 400+ guides, toolkits, articles, calculators and more… A Project Powerhouse Take your idea from start to success with our Project Management suite. Stay on track with roadmaps, checklists, your Portfolio Dashboard and more…

Business Case Support

Rock solid, downloadable, real world evidence. Case studies, templates and features that help you communicate your ideas to decision makers…

Most Popular Features

Planning & Management
  • Plan or Work
  • Dashboard and Overview
  • Business Case Templates and Exportables
Evidence & Templates
  • +30 Detailed Case Studies from councils and community energy groups
  • Templates for delivery of common energy projects
Tools & Guidance
  • Procurement & Finance Tools
  • Benefits and Risks Tools
  • Decision Support Tool

Click here to access Net Zero Go.


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