Prash is an engineer by background with Masters in Sustainable Energy Systems from the University of Edinburgh. He has worked in the energy and carbon industry for over 10 years both as a senior consultant in the energy and carbon sector. He is very passionate about creating long term trusted partnerships with clients to enable lasting positive environmental outcomes.
After Prash currently runs Zerogram – a decarbonisation consultancy that focuses on the creation and delivery of net zero strategies and pathways for clients across sectors with a particular focus on schools and charities. His work involves understanding the clients’ decarbonisation objectives and developing integrated solutions to achieve those objectives in a practical, achievable steps.
Hall 3 Pathway to Net Zero Talks
Decarbonising Truro High School for Girls – Bitesize
Truro High School is a secondary school for girls in Cornwall which includes several buildings ranging from late Victorian through to the 1990s. The school is grappling with the challenge of ageing assets, capital constraints providing best in class services to its pupils whilst aiming to achieve net zero operations. The school has embarked on a journey with Zerogram to establish a long-term net-zero operational strategy for the school whilst identifying opportunities to deliver immediate cost savings to mitigate the impact of rising energy prices. The session is jointly presented by the school and Zerogram and will cover how this potentially overwhelming challenge was broken down into bitesize chunks to help the school tackle the problems in practical, actionable steps.