Bristol Energy helping businesses to cut carbon with green energy

Bristol businesses and organisations switching to 100 percent green electricity and lower carbon gas company Bristol Energy are now cutting the same amount of carbon as would be achieved by taking 8,000 cars off the road.
Bristol Energy helping businesses to cut carbon with green energy
Courtesy of We The Curious

With a combined carbon offset of over 12,000 tonnes, Bristol Energy’s city power partners’ carbon offset also equates to the absorption of carbon from over 6 million full-grown trees for one year. On its journey to becoming a wholly green supplier, the company is offering 100 percent renewable electricity and lower carbon gas to new and renewing residential and B2B customers, including Bristol City Council, Bristol Waste Company, Avon Fire & Rescue Service, Bristol Zoo Gardens and We The Curious.

Bristol Waste and Avon Fire & Rescue Service are now supplied by 100 percent green electricity and 100 percent green gas, having renewed their energy contracts with Bristol Energy. Bristol Zoo Gardens and We The Curious are also on full supply with 100 percent green electricity and lower carbon gas, and Bristol City Council future contracts have all been secured on 100 percent green electricity and lower carbon gas.

“We’re extremely pleased to see our commercial portfolio continue to grow, and more businesses committing to being green” said Amy Harrison, Head of B2B at Bristol Energy. “Changing to a green energy supplier is one of the simplest changes businesses and individuals can make, but one of the most effective for reducing their carbon footprint. With Bristol’s plans to become carbon neutral by 2030, now is the time for businesses to reflect on their carbon impact and take action. Switching to an energy supplier that provides renewable energy, like Bristol Energy, is an easy way to reduce your carbon footprint.”

Councillor Kye Dudd, Cabinet Member with responsibility for Energy at Bristol City Council, added that the council is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and empowering businesses and households across Bristol to do the same.

“Our partnership with Bristol Energy is powering innovative energy projects across the city, such as new electric car charging hubs, our City Hall Battery Project and solar battery trials in social housing” said Mr Dudd. “We are exploring every option available as we work towards our goal of becoming a carbon neutral city by 2030.”

For additional information:

Bristol Energy

Add a comment
Baterías con premio en la gran feria europea del almacenamiento de energía
El jurado de la feria ees (la gran feria europea de las baterías y los sistemas acumuladores de energía) ya ha seleccionado los productos y soluciones innovadoras que aspiran, como finalistas, al gran premio ees 2021. Independientemente de cuál o cuáles sean las candidaturas ganadoras, la sola inclusión en este exquisito grupo VIP constituye todo un éxito para las empresas. A continuación, los diez finalistas 2021 de los ees Award (ees es una de las cuatro ferias que integran el gran evento anual europeo del sector de la energía, The smarter E).