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The main sources of GHG emissions are transport, energy supply and business and residential buildings.

Each of these sectors need to undergo considerable transformation in order for the UK (and the world) to meet zero carbon targets.

Achieving ‘net zero’ greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 will require a combination of cutting emissions and offsetting carbon emissions (e.g. by carbon capture & storage and afforestation).

UK greenhouse gas emissions by source (MtCO2e)
Our clients
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

Energy Saving Trust

Department of Energy & Climate Change

Atkins Engineering


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Our work in this sector
Since Purple Market Research was formed in 2002, we have conducted research on sustainability and energy efficiency.

Through a combination of desk research, qualitative research and quantitative surveys we have developed extensive expertise in this key sector.

Our experience includes:

  • Compiling profiles of key sectors, such as lighting, heating, insulation, glazing and renewables.

  • Tracking the consumer journey towards awareness and adoption of domestic renewable technologies.

  • Determining the opportunities for energy efficiency products and services, such as solid wall insulation, environmentally-friendly fuels and green mortgages.

  • Summarising progress towards the UK’s zero carbon targets in a range of sectors (transport, energy generation, infrastructure and others).