UK Tech Businesses Are Teaming Up For The (E)Mission Net Zero Event

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The UK’s 2050 net zero target is a huge goal which spans all sectors nationwide, a project that requires the collaboration of all UK businesses – especially those that contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions. While it’s exciting and an exceptionally positive leap in the right direction, a goal this important needs to be well-thought out by the leaders of each sector. And so, upcoming on November 25th is Tech Nation’s free (E)Mission Net Zero event, wherein lies an amazing opportunity to discuss, ideate, plan and prepare for a greener future – and that’s exactly why we’re going to be there.

Alongside other industry leaders, hot up-and-comers and green tech pioneers, Hark will play a part in the ideation and acceleration of sustainable tech. How exciting!

How will UK tech make its mark?

“The UK has already reduced emissions by 42% while growing the economy by 72% and has put clean growth at the heart of our modern Industrial Strategy. This could see the number of “green collar jobs” grow to 2 million and the value of exports from the low carbon economy grow to £170 billion a year by 2030.”


Now is the time for eco-friendly businesses to shine and lead the battle against greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainable energy as a whole stems from, and is highly enabled by efficient monitoring and control, which is the lifeblood of what we do here at Hark. Therefore, by joining forces with other sustainable product and service providers in the tech sector, we can hope to leave our carbon-FREE footprint on this massive project and ultimately lend ourselves to the development of a brighter, greener and more sustainable future.

We highly recommend getting involved with Tech Nation’s event, it’s absolutely free and will no doubt be the place to have some of the most exciting, innovative and important conversations surrounding the future of green UK Tech.

For more information, or to get signed up just click this link.

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Carlos Nisbet
Carlos Nisbet

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