We’re delighted to be recognised as finalists for Product Innovation for our Carbon Management Platform IPSUM
10th, 11th, 12th November 2021
The Gleneagles Hotel
Together with our partner, Fidelity Energy, AyMa IoT will be attending Comms Vision 2021 to offer ideas and insights on how you can beat the carbon footprint beast
28th October 2021
9.30am to 4.00pm
St. Mary’s Stadium
As Headline Sponsor at The Big Sustainability Expo 21, AyMa IoT will be hosting a workshop providing insights on the role of data,
Want to do more for your clients? Sustainability and environmental responsibility are top agenda items for businesses everywhere. Yet many organisations need guidance on the practical steps to take. With AyMa IoT carbon footprint monitoring and management solution you can offer that guidance.
What does Net Zero mean? Where is it? How do you get to it? Global net zero will never be achieved while large-scale negativity prevails. It can, however, be approached. As long as those who can, keep carbon reduction front of mind and central to behaviours
AyMa IoT has been designed to help industrial and commercial organisations with their greenhouse gas reporting. With AyMa IoT, all of the electricity your organisation uses will come with a zero-emission rating. We will supply renewable energy backed by a ‘guarantee of origin’
As the world population rises, so does the demand for energy, but tackling climate change to help protect the environment is something every business can do no matter how large or small. Switching to a green tariff allows you to meet the GHG Protocol Corporate Standard...
Now that you have easy access to energy data, with IPSUM – the cloud-based, data-driven carbon management and reporting solution from AyMa IoT – the next step is to exploit it. We’re here to help you with building and employing effective strategies in your key priority areas.
Is the ‘Somebody Else Does It’ syndrome destroying our planet? We’ve been there, seen it and done it. Now it’s time to move on. Plastics had their use when the world population was growing rapidly and more products had to be made available to more people in more places.