Our aim

Project Net Zero was created by BiU to help organisations achieve net zero emissions. Our insights section offers tips and analysis on a range of decarbonisation topics. Our implementation section aligns your needs with a business solutions partner that will help you reach your goals. And our guides, videos and net zero calculator aim to help inform your organisation’s net zero journey.

Why is project net zero different?

We’re here to help educate all organisations in how to achieve net zero, so we can all work towards the UK meeting its 2050 net zero target with insights, resources and approved technology partners.

Our Logo

We want to help you find the right pathway to reaching net zero – which inspired the compass design of our logo. And so we don’t lose sight of why, we chose our colours to align with the stripes on a global warming graph. Our logo is our identity, and it’s unique – just like your net zero journey.


Project Net Zero Logo

Project net zero is powered by the net zero team at BiU Ltd, one of the UK’s leading energy consultants. The team comprise of net zero advocates and communication experts alongside a suite of strategic energy and carbon optimisation professionals. We deliver accurate audits, actionable, strategic and appropriate commercial focused deliverable projects and assistance with program implementation.


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“By polluting the oceans, not mitigating CO2 emissions and destroying our biodiversity, we are killing our planet. Let us face it, there is no planet B.”

Emmanuel Macron, President of France