Viola’s Clause & Ayshe’s Clause
We are kicking off the new year with the publication of two new energy and supply chain clauses for the climate.
Viola’s Clause requires a supplier or contractor to procure the energy used in its performance of the contract from renewable sources, helping organisations reduce emissions and reach net zero targets. The clause helps to future proof contracts, meeting procurement requirements as renewable energy becomes standard market practice.
Ayshe’s Clause can be inserted into renewable energy technology supply chain contracts to minimise emissions, lower environmental impact and safeguard against modern slavery in the production of such technology. This clause helps to overcome the lack of international standards for producing renewable energy assets, whilst encouraging transparency in global renewable energy development supply chains.
Would you like to learn more about using climate clauses in practice?
Come along to our January event series, “Using Climate Clauses”, running from 11 to 27 January. Sign up here: https://chancerylaneproject.org/events/