Sky Revolutions carbon neutralUK’s Largest Construction Drone Company Goes Carbon Neutral

by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby

The UK’s leading construction drone company, Sky Revolutions, has attained carbon neutral status, having offset its carbon emissions for 2021 with verification by the UN’s Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Sky Revolutions worked alongside Carbon Neutral Britain in order to carry out a thorough review of its business operations prior to purchasing the verified credits. The credits will be leveraged in the support of three major operations being carried out in 2022, including the Burgos Wind Farm project in the Philippines, the Rice Husk Power Project in Cambodia, and a hydroelectric power project in the Amazon.

“Becoming carbon neutral was important not just to our business, but to our whole team,” said Ben Gorham, Director of Sky Revolutions. “We’d discussed it for some time and agreed to prioritise the work during 2021. The process helped us…