Net Zero property and built environment champion joins our Advisory Board.
David Partridge, Chairman of UK property company, Related Argent and currently Chair of the UK Net Zero Carbon Buildings Standard Governance Board, has joined our new Advisory Board.
He is also as a Board member and Immediate Past President of the British Property Federation and a Trustee of both the UK Green Building Council and property industry charity, LandAid. David received an MA and a Diploma in Architecture from the University of Cambridge and is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Standard Gas CEO, David Whitmarsh, notes: “David Partridge’s advice and insights will be of great benefit to our planning and development. David has an outstanding reputation in the Real Estate sector, where he has long demonstrated sustainability leadership and a commitment to high-quality urban regeneration. We believe Standard Gas can make a significant contribution to decarbonising buildings and construction, which the UN says accounted for over 35% of energy demand and around 37% of energy and process- related CO2 emissions in 2021. As we address the needs of these sectors, David’s input will be invaluable.”
David Partridge says, “ I have known the individuals behind Standard Gas for some time and have been tracking the development of their technology with great interest. It’s a huge privilege to be asked to join their Advisory Board as the built environment is in significant need of organisations such as Standard Gas in order to assist its transition to Net Zero Carbon”.
Ed Falkman, Standard Gas’ Executive Chair, comments: “As our Company grows, the challenges that we, our partners and customers face will increase in complexity, and particularly in the quest for Net Zero. Having access to the advice and experience of David Partridge, who has such a depth of knowledge into sectors we’re supporting on this journey, will greatly complement the work of our management team.”
TRANSITION TO NET ZERO WITH OUR CARBON-REMOVING TECHNOLOGY
Carbon Negative Energy: Each year, a single SG100 plant can generate up to 40,000 MW hours of carbon-negative power, enough for around 10,000 homes, offices or commercial properties, as well as for the transportation sector and wider industry.
Carbon Reduction: It will remove up to 16,000 tonnes of CO2e – equivalent to the annual carbon emissions of 5,000 cars. With electrolysis, a plant processing biogenic waste will generate over 650 tonnes of green hydrogen. And the SG100 closes the waste management loop, offering a better low carbon alternative to landfill and incineration.
Carbon Capture: TheSG100 technology also generates ‘biochar’ and ‘carbon char’, a black, granular, dust-like co- product that can be sequestered in valuable agricultural, environmental, and industrial applications.