Optimism for the growing demand for renewables at RMM 2018
Sorry, this entry is only available in Ingelesa For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. 14.03.2018 The REC Market Meeting 2018 is reaching its end today, with hectic activity among more than 300 stakeholders attending. EKOenergy, a […]
EKOenergy’s 5th anniversary : Thanks & report
23.02.2018 : Exactly 5 years ago, environmental organisations from 16 European countries launched the first international ecolabel for electricity.We thank those who have supported us in our first five years: partners, users and members. Our growing, non-profit network of environmental organizations and volunteers is the key to our rapid growth.
EKOenergy, a natural step for sustainable companies
15.02.2018 : Copade Foundation, Spanish reference in fair trade and responsible forest management promotion, is joining EKOenergy in taking one more step towards sustainability. Since the beginning of 2018, the Development Cooperation NGO has been powered entirely with EKOenergy labelled 100% sustainable electricity.
Charging points powered with EKOenergy
23.01.2018 : The Finnish energy supplier Lumme Energia announced today that it will power all of its electric vehicle charging points with EKOenergy.
Meet us at the REC Market Meeting
16.01.2018 : EKOenergy is proud and happy to be one of the supporting organisations of this year’s REC Market Meeting, on 13 and 14 March in Amsterdam. We are very honoured to see our name in the same list as companies such as ECOHZ, Statkraft and Fortum, and organisations including the RE100, CDP, the I-REC Standard and the AIB.
Call for small-scale renewable electricity projects, Mali, Myanmar & Nepal
24.11.2017 : Siemenpuu Foundation and EKOenergy’s Climate Fund call for project proposals to establish renewable electricity installations aiming at alleviation of energy poverty and social inequality in Mali, Myanmar and Nepal.
Solar pumps for women in Senegal
20.11.2017 : In 2017, EKOenergy contributed € 20,000 to the financing of a solar pumping program implemented by Fondem (Fondation Énergie pour le Monde) in the village of Ouonck, in southern Senegal.
Chocolates Artesanos Isabel uses EKOenergy
6.11.2017 : The Spanish chocolate factory Chocolates Artesanos Isabel prioritizes sustainability in all of its production. For the owner Isabel Félez Roselló, using EKOenergy-labelled electricity is an important part of the bigger picture. We got in touch with her to learn more about the company’s plans.
Light to schools in Madagascar
04.10.2017 : Electricity and domestic lighting are often taken for granted by many of us. However, in rural Madagascar, almost 95% of the population does not have access to electricity.
How EKOenergy contributes to the SDGs
Exactly 2 years ago, the Sustainable Development Goals were adopted at the UN Sustainable Development Summit. For those committed to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, EKOenergy is a logical choice.