Your carbon footprint might be complex, but your journey to net zero doesn’t have to be.
With RPS, you will work in partnership with a trusted advisor – your carbon champion – to give you confidence at every stage.
A climate strategy starts by understanding your current climate impact and identifying a baseline. Our experts will review or calculate your total greenhouse gas emissions, undertake a strategic review of your business and help you define your goals.
We will help you to set a science-based target and work with you to shape your tailored net zero route plan. Our team will support you develop and embed ambitious strategies and industry best-practice into your business.
Uniquely positioned to advise and deliver, your carbon champion will connect you with RPS’ in-house multi-disciplinary expertise. Our expert teams can consent, design and implement the solutions to deliver on your strategy.
We’ll track your progress, advise on strategy updates and help you to communicate your actions and results to internal and external stakeholders. This sets the benchmark for the next stage of your route plan.
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Offshore wind area lessees can submit a project design envelope (PDE) to the regulator, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), as part of a Construction and Operations Plan (COP). A project design envelope allows them to outline a range of design parameters for key components. Though the PDE approach is optional, the advantages make it well worth a developer’s time, effort, and investment.
As the spotlight on the climate crisis intensifies, policy makers are driving measures to restore nature and safeguard the environment for the future.
Dr Hugh Cushnan discusses how ongoing efforts to restore Irish peatlands aim to go above and beyond achieving net zero carbon.
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