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.
EKOenergy for Yves Rocher
2.05.2017 : We are proud to announce the arrival of Groupe Rocher as a new consumer of EKOenergy in France. Since the beginning of 2017, half of its electricity consumption in France has been certified as EKOenergy.
EKOenergy for L’Oréal in Russia
20.12.2016 : Little by little, EKOenergy is finding its way to Russia too. Local renewable energy transactions are still difficult, but we are confident that this will change in the near future.
EKOenergy spreads in Spain
13.12.2016 : It is now possible to build a sustainable home, spend an idyllic weekend in Asturias and top off the day with craft beer using only EKOenergy. More and more projects and companies are joining the EKOenergy network worldwide and Spain is not falling behind.
Slush chooses EKOenergy!
30.11.2016 : Slush, the biggest startup and tech event in Northern Europe, switches to EKOenergy.
Helsinki Reuse Centre switches to EKOenergy
15.11.2016 Kierrätyskeskus, the leading recycling centre in Finland, uses now EKOenergy! Ville Heinilä, Kierratuskeskus’s environmental specialist, explains that for their corporate strategy buying sustainable renewable EKOenergy certified electricity is the obvious choice – “we should have done it sooner! It is important for us to act as we preach” “Kierratuskeskus aspires to be a leader […]
Schüco goes for EKOenergy
22.09.2016 : The Germany based international company Schüco switches to EKOenergy. Schüco is one of the leading suppliers of high-quality window, door and façade systems. Millions of Schüco products are used all over the world.
Popular Finnish ice hockey team uses EKOenergy
24.08.2016 : Mikkelin Jukurit joins a growing group of organisations and businesses that are committed to 100% renewable. Think of Google, IKEA, Unilever… But by switching to EKOenergy, Mikkelin Jukurit even goes 1 step further.
The first EKOenergy city in the world
21.04.2016 : Lappeenranta, a city of 60.000 inhabitants in Eastern Finland, switches to EKOenergy. Mayor Kimmo Jarva explains: “By committing to using EKOenergy, the city wants to be an example for businesses and citizens in our area”.
EKOenergy and ecotourism in Spain
14.03.16 : Ecotourism is booming. To meet this demand, pioneers such as the Hotel & Spa Capítulo Trece in Segovia, Spain, are showing how committed their establishments are by using 100% renewable EKOenergy.
Let’s promote green tourism together.