Working with Ecotricity
Helping to make your business more sustainable
In 2017, we partnered with Ecotricity on Organic September to help businesses find out about some of the wider sustainability issues that affect them and the things they can do to make their business more sustainable.
Ecotricity are the world’s first green energy company, founded in 1995. They were the first company in Britain to offer a new kind of electricity – the green kind. They supply 100% green electricity and frack-free green gas, pride themselves on excellent customer service, and operate an ethical pricing policy which means all of their customers get the same latest best price, no matter when they joined – with no exit fees or penalties.
They now have over 200,000 customers, who they supply with green energy from their fleet of wind and sunmills. And they use the money from their customers’ energy bills to build new sources of renewable energy – they call it turning ‘bills into mills’.
Their mission is to create a ‘Green Britain’. To do this, there are three big issues they want to tackle - energy, transport, and food. They are committed to working with businesses to help provide them with green energy, but also to work in partnership to improve sustainability across businesses.
Every week throughout September, Ecotricity provided useful information and features on how to make your business more sustainable with simple steps you can take and how to implement them to save money and time. This is now available as a free download to provide you with a useful reference guide that can be used all year round.
Ecotricity already work with a number of organic businesses and are committed to working with businesses across organic and beyond that, are looking to improve their sustainability which we felt made them a great partner for last year’s Organic September.
Find out more about Ecotricity and how can you can start supplying your business with green energy here.
Ecotricity are working to help make businesses greener with a handy downloadable guide – you can find it here: