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Proposed criteria change: ending EKOenergy’s Arbitration Panel

Based on our experiences in the last 9 years and in response to the feedback we have received from our main stakeholders, we propose to delete chapter 3.5 of our criteria (EKOenergy – Governance structure and criteria for electricity). That chapter deals with the composition and activities of EKOenergy’s Arbitration Panel. The goal of the …

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Action Plan for Businesses in China paper with Think RE

We have cooperated with Think RE for the paper “Action Plan for Businesses in China: How to cover your consumption with renewable electricity?”. In this paper we outline an action plan for a broad range of electricity consumers: Businesses who are taking their first steps and those who want to be among the pioneers.

Italian crane manufacturer Omis uses EKOenergy

Omis is one of Europe’s largest crane manufacturers. They apply efficiency and ingenuity to the manufacturing of crane solutions for all kinds and size of applications: overhead travelling cranes, jibs and light crane systems, large capacity, automated and heavy-duty industrial cranes. We are happy that Omis has taken an extra step by choosing EKOenergy-labelled renewable …

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Leading EV charging network Virta uses EKOenergy

Customer preference in favour of charging electric vehicles with renewables In Europe, transport emissions account for one-fifth of all greenhouse gas emissions – and 78% of them come from road transport. A customer survey conducted by EV charging network operator Virta in December 2021 showed that almost 80% of the respondents would prefer to charge …

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The town of Espartinas sets an example with their choice of EKOenergy

Espartinas, a town in the sunny region of Seville (Andalusia) in Spain, is the first town that uses EKOenergy from their on-site solar installation to power their public administration buildings and schools! The EKOenergy ecolabel is for the consumed volumes of renewable energy, including energy that is produced on-site for self-consumption. In addition to individuals …

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2022’s first call for EKOenergy Climate Fund projects

Background – Funding for solar and wind energy projects in developing countries In order to bring additionality to consumers’ choice of renewable energy and help realise Sustainable Development Goal 7 (affordable, clean energy for all), the EKOenergy ecolabel raises funds for new renewable electricity projects in developing countries and regions. For each MWh of sold …

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Cristina Los Arcoz Llaneza from Espartinas and Jose Antonio Munoz from Quantica

Spanish municipality Espartinas uses EKOenergy from their on-site installation

The municipality of Espartinas, Ayuntamiento de Espartinas in Seville, Spain uses EKOenergy-labelled renewable electricity! The solar energy they use comes from their on-site solar panels, installed by licensed EKOenergy seller Quantica Renovables. Thanks for using the EKOenergy name and logo in your communications! To learn more, check out our user stories to see interviews with EKOenergy …

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Tecopesca uses EKOenergy

Canned food producer Tecopesca uses EKOenergy in Ecuador

Canned food producer Tecopesca is the first EKOenergy user in Ecuador. A first in many aspects: Tecopesca uses EKOenergy-labelled electricity from their on-site solar panels, installed by our first licensed EKOenergy seller in the country, Delta Global SA Ecuador. “Our values determine the actions that demonstrate the company’s firm decision to adhere to the Sustainable Development …

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Melovita uses EKOenergy

Bezzi Mirko farm & Melovita products in Italy use EKOenergy-labelled solar energy

Bezzi Mirko farm, Azienda Agricola Bezzi Mirko uses 100% renewable electricity with the EKOenergy ecolabel! Their electricity comes from the agricultural energy community launched by the licensed EKOenergy seller ForGreen Spa SB. Via the cooperative, farmers with their own energy production (mainly on-site solar) can sell their surplus energy to other farmers in the same area, …

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Iliad Group: Now powered with 100% EKOenergy-labelled electricity

100% renewable electricity with extra criteria to guarantee sustainability and additionality The Iliad Group is a fast-growing European provider of telecommunication services, with main activities in France, Italy and Poland. Their operations as a mobile phone service provider include prepaid sim cards, internet access and hosting services. Last year, the Iliad Group decided to switch …

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Young Energy Trailblazer Award – Vote now for EKO-Merve

Vote for Merve Güngör from EKOenergy with just 2 clicks Merve Güngör, who has been working at EKOenergy’s Secretariat since 2016, is one of three finalists shortlisted for the EU Sustainable Energy Awards 2021 in the Young Energy Trailblazer category. The award recognises outstanding activities carried out by young people (under 35) which advance the …

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