New framework allows access to carbon reduction services

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The new Demand Management and Renewables Framework allows organisations to gain access to carbon reduction services.

The new DMR framework allows for public sector organisations to gain access to carbon reduction services without the need for a lengthy tender process, making choosing a service provider that much easier.

Crown Commercial Service (CCS) is an Executive Agency of the Cabinet Office, supporting the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.

As pressure mounts for businesses to produce a plan on how they will reach net zero, commercial agreements like CCS’ Demand Management and Renewables (DMR) are more important than ever for helping businesses meet expectations.

TEAM Energy has been named a supplier on the CCS Demand Management and Renewables Framework (RM6314). Public sector organisations can now access TEAM’s services to support them with their net zero strategy on Lot 5. Lot 5 provides access to a range of industry expert decarbonisation professional services to support public sector organisations with their carbon net zero strategies, including carbon reporting, carbon offsetting and scope emissions reporting.

TEAM is committed to helping businesses reduce their carbon emissions with a range of services. Their Energy and Carbon Management experts can help organisations define, shape, and monitor a Carbon Emissions Strategy to help them meet their net zero targets.

“This appointment will enable us to help public sector organisations improve their green credentials, meet their carbon reduction commitments, and do their part to help the UK achieve its net zero goals,” Pete Morrell, TEAM Energy sales manager, said. “By accessing our services using the DMR framework, organisations can save both time and money by directly awarding their contract to us as the provider, making procuring energy management services that little bit easier.”

As part of TEAM’s commitment to help reduce the impact of climate change on the planet, they have achieved Carbon Neutral status this year. TEAM is committed to becoming Net Zero by 2030 with their own carbon reduction strategy for how they will achieve this. These commitments from the business allow them to support other organisations with their own journey to becoming net zero.

The new DMR framework is one of the ways CCS provides public sector customers with an alternative route to procuring decarbonisation services. CCS supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2021/22, the CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.8 billion; supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

The CCS can help organisations save money and time through simple and easy purchasing processes, providing access to a wide range of suppliers. It provides organisations in the public sector with an opportunity to gain end-to-end energy management and net zero support to ensure they are able to meet their compliance and certification needs and build a successful and optimised energy and carbon management service.

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