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Organic Energy joins mayday network

 
Created on 10/11/2010 @ 06:47
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Welshpool based Organic Energy is the latest company to join the Prince of Wales’s Mayday Network. 

The network is an organisation which brings together businesses working towards a sustainable future and provides a forum in which to engage, support and inspire each other.

Organic Energy is the sole distributor for the UK and Ireland of ÖkoFEN’s low carbon, grant approved pellet heating systems. Founded in 1999 the company joins nearly 2,500 other Mayday registered organisations which come from all sectors of commerce and range from the smallest micro business to the biggest multi- national.

Andrew Boroughs, Managing Director of Organic Energy said: “The company was formed with the specific aim of providing business owners and consumers with a viable, greener alternative to traditional gas and oil.  For many years sustainability has been a core belief of our operations and the Mayday Network allows us to formalise our activities and join likeminded businesses to share best practice and knowledge.”

It’s certainly a movement which is growing, in the last twelve months alone the number of Mayday businesses has almost doubled.  Created as a UK initiative, the Mayday Network is now gaining momentum internationally.

Bringing businesses together the project aims to tackle climate change and resource depletion by creating a route map for a better way of working.

Businesses are uniquely placed to collaborate, share and lead the transformation towards a sustainable future, and the project helps by providing easy access to the knowledge, tools, contacts and inspiring stories they need to progress along their journey.
 
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