Siemens has been selected as an approved supplier to a Net Zero Carbon Delivery Framework developed by Essentia Trading Limited (ETL) for use by any public sector bodies wishing to utilise current and future technology to define a pathway to Net Zero. Participating authorities include central Government departments and executive agencies, NHS Healthcare Trusts, educational establishments, fire and rescue services, social care bodies, housing associations, local authorities, police authorities and public corporations. The Framework is managed by ETL, a subsidiary business of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT).
“This is a very prestigious win for Siemens” says Steve Jamieson, Healthcare Sector Lead at Siemens Smart Infrastructure in the UK. “ETL delivers large-scale carbon and energy management programmes across the public sector through their four free-to-access procurement frameworks. We look forward to working with ETL, and participating organisations, providing what we believe is a unique package of services based on our experience with a wide range of clients, and our own business, in delivering holistic Net Zero programmes”.
Siemens has an impressive track record in carbon reduction, not least its own recently announced achievement of over 50 percent reduction within its global estate on a journey to net zero by 2030. It is also working in close partnership with universities such as Keele, Birmingham, Hull and others on carbon reduction. Steve Jamieson explains “We are a perfect partner for organisations who want assistance in achieving net zero, providing consultancy and guidance right the way through to project delivery, enabling us to guarantee our results.”
Siemens unique partnership approach is a combination of implementing Siemens technologies and services with guaranteed results, implementing third party technologies, the use of the Atos digital decarbonisation assessment tools and the availability of financing support, so that projects can be all or part-funded from efficiency gains.