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Experts in Carbon Transparency Technologies

ZeroTwentyFifty started after conversations with various stakeholders in the Lifecycle Assessment ecosystem. Moving on to learning and developing solutions within the WBCSD PACT Pathfinder ecosystem before moving towards a more holistic approach to Carbon Transparency.

Carbon Transparency to us means having transparent supply chains, it means transparent transport, production, all stages, it means that when someone asks, whether a customer, an employee, supplier, or regulatory body, "How much carbon is in this product?", we have an answer.

We provide best-in-class solutions to organisations of all sizes, through bespoke consulting and our in-house developed Open Source solutions, and have the only Open Source PACT Conformant solution currently available to the market. Our offering is very simple:

We provide access to this expertise, within your own organisations.

Our solutions speak for themselves

Pathfinder Framework

ZeroTwentyFifty Open Source

ZeroTwentyFifty is deeply committed to the fight against climate change, and as a result, have committed to supporting Open Source implementations of critical pathway software.

It's Black and White.

The science is clear. In fact, we'd say that it's actually black and white, and without action now we risk it all. We chose this colour scheme for our website to communicate our belief in the irrefutable science around anthropogenic climate change.

The benefits of adopting a Carbon Transparent approach to business operations are multiple, from being a responsible corporate citizen, to ensuring that the planet can sustain life, whilst also presenting unique business opportunities for those who take on board the call. Decarbonising your supply chain and understanding the life cycle of your company, supply chain and products provide a level of data and understanding that has been lacking entirely from a companies data lifecycle, presenting opportunities in the future that will make developments like the internet and mass transportation look insignificant.

And whilst this might sound like an over exaggeration, merely used as a marketing point to suit our own needs, we would like to share this snippet of an article by Vaclav Smil:

By the time the Manhattan Project ended in 1946, it had cost the country nearly US $2 billion, about $33 billion in today’s money, the total equal to only about 0.3 percent of the 1943–45 gross domestic product. When Project Apollo ended in 1972, it had cost about $26 billion, or $207 billion in today’s money; over 12 years it worked out annually to about 0.2 percent of the country’s 1961–72 GDP.

Of course, nobody can provide a reliable account of the eventual cost of global energy transition because we do not know the ultimate composition of the new primary energy supply. Nor do we know what shares will come from converting natural renewable flows, whether we will use them to produce hydrogen or synthetic fuels, and the extent to which we will rely on nuclear fission (and, as some hope, on fusion) or on other, still unknown options.

But a recent attempt to estimate such costs confirms the magnitude of the category mistake. The McKinsey Global Institute, in a highly conservative estimate, puts the cost at
$275 trillion between 2021 and 2050.

That is roughly
$9.2 trillion a year, compared with the 2021 global economic product of $94 trillion. Such numbers imply an annual expenditure of about 10 percent of today’s world economic product.

This comparison highlights two primary things, one, the scope of the problem, and two, the opportunity it provides to savvy organisations willing to commit to becoming the change required.

ZeroTwentyFifty exists to help such organisations.

Commit to Transparency

We build solutions, we are engineers. We help organisations gain clarity, gain understanding, but mainly, we help organisations gain transparency. Let's build the future together.

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