Carbon Impact – How businesses need to track and report on their Carbon Emissions

WHEN: Wed, 22 May 2024 12:30 – 13:30 BST

How do companies complete their carbon accounting, monitoring and tracking?

What’s best practice and what are you regulated to do?

Welcome to our online event where we will discuss the importance of tracking and reporting carbon emissions for businesses. This is particularly important for businesses selling into the public sector…

All businesses selling to the Public Sector have to have a Carbon Reduction plan and it’s often required as part of the tender response.

Now… from April 2024 you need to report on it too. Filing annual reports and issuing zero carbon certificates can be a chore and how do you know that you’re doing what is the right thing to do?

Look no further – this event is for you.

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    Your Speakers For This Event

    Greg Gormley, Skoot CEO

    After training as an accountant for Smith and Williamson, Greg went onto work for the UK technology arm of News Corporation leading to a floatation onto Nasdaq during the boom. Head hunted to join CME, a leading Nasdaq listed Television business focussed across Central Europe, he spent time between the TV stations leading strategy and operations. After leaving the Corporate world in 2003 Greg set up various businesses ranging from consulting for SME’s to starting a fintech business. This changed on the 22 June 2018 when he was airlifted to hospital after a car hit him on his motorbike where he spent sometime in recovery. Lying on his hospital bed he realised that his obituary would have read “he works hard” but not really much else. To this Greg wanted to created something with more mission and purpose which resulted in the birth of SkootEco – a platform helping businesses and consumers fight against climate change.

    About SKOOT

    SKOOT started life as a carbon-negative social mobility business. However, whilst on that journey we saw an opportunity to create a platform with a mission to:

    • Empower businesses and their customers to become climate positive
    • Provide easy-to-use tools that make it simple for people and businesses to do something today.
    • Celebrate all the small actions we can take to make a huge positive impact, with a mantra that: ‍”one tree is better than no tree”

    James Napier, CBN Expert, CEO

    James has spent the last 14+ years in the Energy & Sustainability sector. Initially as the GM of Honeywell’s energy business & latterly as a leader and innovator in small technology focused businesses in the sector.

    James has been involved in large scale energy efficiency projects in both the Public & private sectors as well leading the development of new offering focused on supporting the transition to a more flexible, low carbon energy system.

    James founded notch ( in 2020 with a core focus on allowing businesses to fully connect Net Zero to their operations and participate in efforts to tackle climate change making their businesses better. Providing a simple to use, comprehensive and fully compliant platform to allow users to measure, track and report their Net Zero progress fully aligned to the GHG protocol and required reporting standards.

    Previously, James has held senior positions in the industry including roles on the Board of The Energy Managers Association and Sustainable Glasgow. He has also been a conference speaker on topics including Energy Efficiency, Future Energy Systems and Green Investment.

    Vicky Poole (Host)

    Starting as a mathematician with a commercial mindset not normally linked to maths, I have spent over 15 years in senior strategic sales roles focusing on new public sector business development. With a solid grounding in telecoms and IT, and having won contracts ranging from £50k to £37 million, my experience is your gain.

    I finished up my corporate career leading bid response teams on multi-million-pound deals.

    I now run a business called Tender Response, helping SME’s to find qualify and respond to public sector tenders – and everything that comes with it too.

    Join me (Vicky) and our two guest speakers!

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