Net Zero means achieving a balance between the amount of emissions produced and those absorbed from the atmosphere to reduce global warming.
The transition to a world of net zero emissions is one of the greatest challenges humanity has ever faced. It requires nothing less than a complete transformation of how we produce, consume and move.
The energy sector is responsible for three quarters of greenhouse gas emissions today and is the key to avoiding the consequences of climate change. Reducing and replacing polluting power from coal, gas, and oil with renewable sources like wind or solar would drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
ENEF partners with leading organizations to help them achieve their net zero emissions goals. We are specifically dedicated to the application of specific technology for the reduction of emissions generated from energy consumption, starting with the minimization of energy demand, the use and implementation of renewable sources and the electrification of consumers of natural gas or other fossil fuel.