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Get Zero Carbon Done

Working with government and other industry partners, ECA seeks to ensure that the electrotechnical and wider engineering services sector can contribute to the development and roll-out of ‘low to no carbon’ initiatives across UK infrastructure, transport, and skills.

The electrotechnical industry is key to delivering the technologies and skills needed to meet the UK's Net Zero Carbon 2050 target and shorter-term milestones, helping to reduce the impact of global climate change.

As the government develops its national plan for achieving net zero carbon, ECA has produced three short animations on key routes to getting Get Zero Carbon Done.

The videos highlight essential areas where the electrotechnical sector can contribute greatly to UK decarbonisation and upskilling - watch all three now below!

 

Skills


We'll need cohorts of new apprentices and upskilled engineering services operatives to reach Net Zero Carbon by 2050...

 


Building infrastructure


As we look for economic recovery, we'll need to build back smarter and greener to reach Net Zero Carbon by 2050... 

 


Transport


The route to Net Zero Carbon 2050 involves further grid decarbonisation through more renweables, energy storage and smart systems...

 

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