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What does a Net Zero tech company look like?

Posted On: 16 Jul 2020   |   Posted By: Tech City UK

With just a few days left to apply for our brand new Net Zero programme, we thought it would be interesting to take a look at some of the tech companies who come under the Net Zero umbrella.
The growth programme is designed to help tech companies who are helping the UK reach its Net Zero by 2050 target. But what does that mean? And what does it look like in action?
The answer is incredibly varied. Achieving a carbon zero society is something that will affect pretty much every single aspect of all of our lives, and it's up to businesses to solve, as well as the humble consumer to take action. This means that companies working towards the goal can range from those helping individuals make better choices everyday, to those who are helping cities and countries change their infrastructure for the better.
Here, we take a look at some of the categories Net Zero companies fall into, and some exciting UK tech companies which are making strides to help us all become a little greener.
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