FDF Event  Free Event

Breakfast Briefing: The Zero-Carbon Transition


FREE event


Pressure is mounting on businesses to make the transition to zero carbon. But the road to carbon neutrality can be a rocky one, with many obstacles in the way. Achieving zero-carbon status requires a coordinated, determined approach from every area of a business, covering every aspect of its operations.

This is a complex task for businesses as they must achieve the zero-carbon transition at a cost-effective price while maintaining the positive impact on their stakeholders.

This breakfast briefing will address how to make the zero-carbon transition possible for the Food and Drink Industry. We’ll discuss why it’s important to be at the forefront of this energy transition, what’s involved and what it means for businesses in the food and drink sector.


Matt Dracup, Energy Services Director, ENGIE

Matt is a professionally qualified engineer and senior manager with considerable technical experience in utilities and facilities management, operations management, engineering design and project management in an industrial and commercial sector mix. Matt also possesses extensive knowledge of energy management technologies and techniques and industrial effluent treatment systems.

Reporting to the Managing Director, Matt is responsible for providing industrial energy, carbon, and water compliance services, energy and water saving projects, and also provides energy and environmental consultancy with technical support both internally and externally.


Energy Managers, Environment and Sustainability Managers, Procurement Managers, Facilities Managers, SHEQ Managers, CSR Managers

Organiser: Reema Patel, 0207 4207208, reema.patel@fdf.org.uk