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Net Zero Resource Center

The climate science is very clear: we need to achieve global net zero emissions by 2050 in order to limit global warming to 1.5°C. Though more organizations around the world have accelerated the actions they’re taking to achieve this important goal, the best path forward to achieve decarbonization can sometimes be confusing. 3Degrees’ Net Zero Resource Center offers a collection of resources to help guide all organizations, regardless of size or location, on their journey to net zero emissions.

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Beginning your journey to net zero emissions (video)

Sak Nayagam, Sr. Director of 3Degrees’ Energy and Climate Practice, discusses the importance of setting a net zero goal — and how organizations can achieve that goal.

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Businesses are stepping up to decarbonize their operations – but it can be difficult to address emissions they don't directly control. 3Degrees helps you take immediate action on your Scope 1 and Scope 3 emissions by incorporating carbon credits into your GHG reduction strategy, and supporting the development of new carbon reduction projects to help you achieve your near- and long-term climate goals.

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The Role of Carbon Offsets in Corporate Sustainability (video)

3Degrees’ Director of Carbon Markets, Stephanie Harris, explains how carbon offsets can play an important role in bridging the transition to net-zero emissions.

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Whether you’re addressing the energy use of an office building close to home, a manufacturing facility across the ocean, or anything in between, 3Degrees will craft a plan to source high-quality, global renewable energy products that balance cost, geography, and technology preferences – including RECs, GOs, I-RECs, and other global EACs.

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International Renewable Energy Trends (video)

Stein Haugan, EMEA Sales Director at 3Degrees, discusses the trends that are driving the growing demand for energy attribute certificates (EACs) in international renewable energy markets.

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Energy and Climate Consulting

Whether your organization is thinking about setting climate goals, needs help assessing the best options to meet your goals, or is ready to procure renewable energy, 3Degrees can provide customized support all along the way. Our tailored services include sustainability consulting and renewable energy transactions, such as PPAs and VPPAs, and renewable energy aggregation.

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Renewable Energy Strategies + Emissions Reduction Goals (video)

Erin Craig, VP, Customer Solutions and Innovation, discusses the ways in which companies can tackle their emissions reduction goals, often beginning with renewable energy purchasing.

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Utility Partnership Programs

For utilities looking to meet their customers’ desire for choice, create new pathways for engagement, and decarbonize, the right suite of voluntary renewable energy programs is a must-have. We partner with electric and gas utilities nationwide to design and implement highly successful voluntary programs that are a win-win for utilities and their customers.

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Benefits of Voluntary Renewable Energy Programs (video)

Amanda Mortlock, VP of 3Degrees’ Utility Partnerships, discusses the benefits of voluntary renewable energy programs for utilities.

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Transportation Decarbonization Solutions

With transportation emissions now responsible for approximately 24% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, any organization committed to reducing its impact must have a plan to address its transportation footprint. 3Degrees helps organizations develop strategies that can leverage the Low Carbon Fuel Standards (LCFS) market, address fleet electrification needs, and invest in carbon offset projects within the transportation sector.


Tackling the Decarbonization of Transportation

By now, many of us have heard the statistics and news reports: organizations need to be moving at a much faster pace to address the global climate crisis and meet the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report’s warning of limiting warming to no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius.


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