Jurassic Fibre has announced that it has achieved Future Net Zero accreditation
The broadband company has worked alongside Balanced Energy to map out a series of green goals to reduce the company’s carbon emissions by 50 per cent before 2030.
This forms part of its plan to become completely Net Zero by 2050.
According to new government legislation, all companies in the UK must become Net Zero by 2050, which means achieving a balance between emissions put into the atmosphere compared to the amount removed.
The UK is the first major economy to pass a Net Zero emissions law.
Jurassic Fibre CEO Michael Maltby said: “We are dedicated to doing our part to combat climate change and it has been eye-opening to see the changes that can be made to the business to make it more sustainable.
“We would like to thank Balanced Energy for supporting us with our Race to Zero pledge and help set out goals and changes to make Jurassic Fibre a greener business. We look forward to continuing our partnership with them as we embark on this journey to becoming a Net Zero company.”