Do this now to save your company energy!

We are currently delivering energy audits with optimisation reports and recommendations for just over 25 separate organisations. All of which are facing energy cost cutting and supply chain emission reduction challenges.


Performing your ESOS 3 energy site audits 12 months in advance of the Phase 3 compliance date (5th December 2023) will result in greater benefits, as you can start implementing recommendations sooner.


Your business has the opportunity to move forward, identifying energy savings opportunities against the backdrop of the highest wholesale electricity & gas prices the UK market has ever experienced.


We have updated you with recent government plans concerning The Energy Bills Support Scheme, this will not be enough to protect a large number of businesses who only have commodity prices capped for just 6 months.


CCP strongly recommends that you review and employ a trusted partner to ensure you are taking action before it’s too late.


Higher energy prices are supporting even quicker returns on investment, allowing projects & opportunities to be signed off at board level quicker than ever before.


So if you are looking to address any of the following…


  1. Stratospheric energy prices- 397% & 406% increases for power & gas respectively for the 12 month period of July 2021 – July 2022
  2. Optimisation of usage- The cheapest kWh is the one you don’t use!
  3. Net Zero- Targeting carbon reduction of scope 1, 2 & 3 emissions
  4. Sustainability- On site generation through greener technologies reducing your dependency on an aged and costly UK network
  5. Energy project sign off-  Achieving progress and approval at board level for opportunities that have been dwindling for too long


…then talk to us with no obligations. We are Stroma accredited ESOS lead assessors and are happy to discuss how we can help you do more now to keep your 2023 challenges at bay.

Email us at: info@climatechangeprofessionals.co.uk


EMEX London 2021

This week sees the return of the Net Zero and Energy Manager’s Expo (EMEX) in London and we’re looking forward to welcoming lots of visitors to our stand.  Whilst we have slowly been returning to some face-to-face meetings, they are still few and far between so it will make a nice change to catch up in person with some familiar faces and to chat to new contacts interested in finding out more about how we can help them with their training or recruitment needs!

 Our CEO, Dave Armstrong, will be speaking at this years’ event, you can catch him in the Behaviour Change – Energy & Carbon Management Strategy Theatre on Wednesday at 11 am where he’ll be joined by Amanda Scott of Willis Towers Watson and Planet Mark’s Scott Armstrong talking about Building Skills, Creating a Net Zero Ready Workforce.

 We’d love to see as many visitors to our stand as possible, so please pop by to D17 on Wednesday or Thursday for a coffee and a chat – we have some brand-new training courses for 2022, some exciting news about accreditation, a new certification scheme for Net Zero and lots more to share with you! If you haven’t already signed up for a free entrance badge, you still have time to get one here.

 Here’s to a successful event!


Facts About Electric Cars

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5 Facts About Electric Cars

1. There are more electric car charging points than petrol stations

There are now more than 42,000 charge point connectors across the UK in over 15,500 locations – that’s more public places to charge than petrol stations, with around 7,000 charge point connectors added in 2020 alone. There are only 8,380 petrol stations in the UK which is actually decreasing.

2. You can get a green strip on your registration plate

The green strip for EV number plates was announced in June by Shapps, to both further raise the profile of battery-powered cars, and pave the way for possible incentive schemes to encourage the take-up of electric vehicles. The plates have been available since Tuesday 8 December 2020.

3. The electric market is growing rapidly

The electric car market is growing quickly, with nearly 260,000 pure-electric cars on UK roads at the end of May 2021, and more than 535,000 plug-in models if including plug-in hybrids (PHEVs)

4. Electric cars aren’t a new concept

Although electric cars are thought of as the future of motoring, they’re not actually a new concept. The very first production electric car was built in 1884 by English inventor, Thomas Parker. Parker was responsible for introducing a range of innovations into the UK including the electrification of the London Underground as well as working on electric tramways for a number of cities. By 1897 a fleet of electric taxis was also being used in London. Improvements in petrol and diesel technology marked the end of the popularity of electric cars which has only been revived in the last decade.

5. The Tesla Model 3 is the most popular electric car

The Tesla Model 3 surpassed the Nissan Leaf as the world’s best-selling plug-in electric car in history with worldwide unit sales of roughly 365,000 in 2020.

Although, here are our Founders words on his experience with the Model 3 Click Here


Climate Change Professionals Net Zero Strategic Vision Day With Seddon

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Net Zero Strategic Vision Day With Seddon

Seddon Construction appointed Climate Change Professionals to undertake a Strategic Vision Day and route map to Net Zero.

We hosted a full day with all areas of senior management from across the business, whereby we explored the risks and opportunities for Seddon Construction in relation to Net Zero, examining particular legislative impacts on the business.

During the day, we were able to answer questions raised and suggest the way forward, clearing up the fog often associated with “what to do?”.

We were able to inform Seddon on the position of their competitors, clients, suppliers as well as give a full overview of the marketplace at this time.  Each team member suggested their issues, including client pressure, and together we forged the route map and next steps towards a Net Zero organisation

Testimonial Video From Managing Director of Seddon