Industrial Energy Transformation Fund Podcast - Episode 3: How do we make industrial decarbonisation happen?

Posted on: 05/08/2022

In episode 3 of the IETF podcast, Jenni McDonnell MBE speaks to Richard Pyatt from CR Plus and Animesh Ghosh from Envirya about the decarbonisation journeys of industrial sites they have supported.

 

The podcast discusses how to approach industrial decarbonisation, what energy efficiency and decarbonisation technologies are available and how delivery partners can help to advise industrial sites on how to reduce their energy demand and carbon emissions.

Guests:

Richard Pyatt | Director – CR Plus
Animesh Ghosh | Managing Director – Envirya

Click here to download the episode 3 transcript.

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