Construction lunch event

The journey to net zero carbon emissions and the benefits to your business.

In the current challenging economic climate, businesses are battling with the desire to drive growth and profitability, whilst investing in technology to reduce their carbon footprint and achieve net zero emissions.

With the Carbon Emissions (Buildings) Bill on the horizon, it is more important than ever for construction businesses to understand their role in reducing carbon emissions and improving environmental sustainability. Achieving net zero carbon emissions can bring significant benefits to businesses, such as cost savings, improved reputation, in addition to compliance with future regulations.

We will be joined by Ian Hopping of Auditel, a leading carbon solutions company, who will present on the benefits and challenges of achieving net zero in your business. You will also have the opportunity to network with other businesses in the construction industry.


Date: Friday 16th June 2023
Time: 11.30am-2pm
Venue: Crowne Plaza London-Gatwick, Langley Drive, Crawley, RH11 7SX

Lunch refreshments will be available at this event.


Ian Hopping, Auditel

Ian is a senior energy and carbon consultant at Auditel, the leading Cost, Procurement & Carbon Solutions Company. Over the years since they were founded in 1994, Auditel have built a strong team of over 100 procurement and carbon specialists.

Having spent the previous 10 years specialising in energy management and procurement, Ian qualified as a British Standards Institute Associate Consultant for Carbon Management in 2021, measuring Carbon Footprints to PAS2060 standards (the only internationally recognised standard for measuring and reducing carbon emissions) and producing Carbon Management plans to help businesses to Net Zero without greenwashing.

Ian is now working with businesses in many sectors to deliver solutions that will enable them to achieve independent verification of carbon neutrality. Using the simple 4 step process detailed in the PAS2060 framework, organisations can be verified as carbon neutral within 12-months.