Kingspan reveals plans for €70 a tonne internal CO2 price from 2023

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Kingspan’s warehouse and production facility in Sherburn-in-Elmet, near Selby | Kingspan
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Kingspan’s warehouse and production facility in Sherburn-in-Elmet, near Selby | Kingspan

Global building products and insulation giant seeks to accelerate decarbonisation efforts within business by putting a price on carbon

Kingspan Group has announced plans to introduce an internal carbon price of €70 per tonne of CO2 throughout its business from January next year, in a move aimed at supporting efforts to deliver its 2030...

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