From cars to construction sites, industry has a vital role in decarbonising our economy and creating green jobs and prosperity.Jesse Norman, Technology and Decarbonisation Minister, Government
The Delivery phase will focus on embedding changes and new practices. This will be via a compressive communication campaign, technical development to support any major changes that arise from the design phase and commitment to reporting and improvement.
The output of the overall project will provide a series of choices, via the HAUC(UK) website, for different elements that make up street and road works, (resources, traffic management, vehicles and machinery etc.) which can be selected as well as a variety of innovative practices, methods and technologies, which will build up a picture of the social, environmental and economic consequences of using the proposed combination and the subsequent value gained or lost in the short to long term with the ability to select alternatives that could improve upon the overall outcome.
Working Groups - Terms of Reference
To support the 'Delivery Phase' of the HAUC Road to Net Zero project, the project team will convene 3 working groups made up of industry members. Each working group will have specific roles and responsibilities as defined by the following terms of reference:
- Steering Group: Help shape the development of the carbon calculator, share knowledge and experience and provide feedback and guidance on tools - Find out more
- Advisory Group: Advise, engage with industry stakeholders, manage risks and promote outcomes. Members commit to active participation and industry advocacy - Find out more
- Working Group: Provide subject matter expertise, share knowledge and experience and provide feedback for work package completion - Find out more
To ensure that the process continues to provide the most up-to-date innovations, methods and practices, the process will link to the innovations element of the HAUC(UK) website where an innovation hub is under development for the sector. This will allow for the continued evolution of process and practices and the ongoing transition to Net Zero.