UK: Mitsubishi Electric has created a new accreditation to support contractors in reducing their carbon emissions.
The accreditation is open to applications from all existing members of Mitsubishi Electric’s partner programme. In order to become a Committed Carbon Reduction Partner (CCRP), partners will need to fulfil a range of criteria including having a carbon reduction plan in place, an established pledge for achieving net zero and a specific training standard.
Mitsubishi Electric says that the new CCRP accreditation will help installer partners prepare for net zero by formally recognising their efforts to reduce carbon emissions across their business. “This will allow Partners to differentiate themselves from their competitors by demonstrating their commitment to environmental leadership and responsibility,” the company says in a statement.
Accredited Partners will receive a marketing toolkit to help promote this new status including a certificate, CCRP logo and listing as an accredited partner on Mitsubishi Electric’s website.
“This will allow Partners to showcase their environmental credentials and meet growing demand from suppliers during tender and specification processes,” says Mitsubishi Electric. “Successful applicants will also develop the skills, knowledge and experience needed to devise effective carbon reduction strategies, enabling them to stand out within an increasingly sustainability-conscious marketplace.”