Our sustainability experts can advise on achieving carbon neutrality

In 2016, governments across the globe set a target of achieving net zero emissions by 2050. This arrangement formed part of the Paris Agreement, a vital movement in the fight to prevent catastrophic climate change. SIPCO knows that the construction industry plays a key role in paving the way to net zero.

SIPCO is committed to championing sustainable methods of construction as part of the UK’s zero-carbon agenda. The UK is the first major economy to set a goal of being net zero by 2050. Scientific studies show that reducing greenhouse gas emissions is key to tackling the climate crisis. We offer solutions that help developers create net-zero buildings.

Net-zero carbon housing contributes no additional carbon to the environment and does not release CO2 or greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Several terms are associated with net-zero carbon housing, such as eco-housing, sustainable housing, low-energy housing, or Passivhaus. However, these do not guarantee that a home is carbon-neutral.

Our sustainability experts can advise on achieving carbon neutrality using the standard house types and the data defined from the SAP 10 re Net Zero and Ultimate solutions. SIPCO has developed a range of panels that significantly reduce or negate emissions depending on panel thickness and system build-up. By applying a fabric-first manufacturing approach, we can help reduce capital and operational costs, improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.

For a prime example of energy-positive net zero technology in use, you can learn more about SIPCO’s involvement in the development of the award-winning Wunderhaus system on our project page.

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