Members of the Zero Emissions Network are eligible to apply for a wide range of free or subsidised emission reducing services. The various case studies below exemplify how businesses and residents can live and work in a way that is sustainable and good for the local environment. If you are interested in trialing or adopting any of the services below, contact the network today.
The London Symphony Orchestra swap cars and vans for an electric cargo bike with the help of the ZEN Workplace Travel Grant.
Acacia Facilities has reduced the use of a business vehicle by purchasing two e-bikes with the help of the ZEN Workplace Travel Grant.
Client Earth received ZEN Sustainable Travel Grants in 2019 and 2020. As a result of the grants a Cycling Buddy system was implemented in the workplace and a 10% increase in staff cycling was achieved.
How joinig the Zero Emissions Network helped Zhero to develop their business.
Resident members in Tower Hamlets are taking advantage of our 50% off Santander Cycles annual membership offer. Members are reducing their emissions by travelling around London by bicycle.
Essex based social enterprise, Repair Reuse Recycle uses E-bike Switch Toolkit to cut costs and operate sustainably.
Elysia were able to adapt quickly to the new situation following the Covid-19 lock down and they changed what they offered as a business. To help them in their change the Zero Emissions Network arranged an additional cargo bike for them to use for key worker deliveries.
The cargo bike Bethnal Green Nature Reserve Trust purchased with a travel grant from the Zero Emissions Netwrok was transformational
Shoreditch based start-up uses E-bike Switch Toolkit to help launch fleet of 10 delivery ebikes
Resident ZEN members in Hackney learned how to fix their own bikes.
Delivery rider Leo made the switch from a moped to an e-bike.
Brainlabs have taken up a number of emission reducing initiatives through the Zero Emissions Network.