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Finnish beverage company Olvi uses EKOenergy

Olvi, a Finnish beverage company active since 1878, uses EKOenergy-labelled electricity for all of their own brands in Finland. “With our example, Olvi wants to help consumers make sustainable energy solutions in their own lives and also encourage others to switch to environmentally friendly electricity,” says Olli Heikkilä, Marketing Director at Olvi. See more about …

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The fashion industry’s duty to lead the change towards sustainability

Today most of us know that fashion is among the topmost polluting industries in the world – competing with transportation, oil and gas production, farming and agriculture. This has been going on for decades, but somehow the textile sector has managed to get by and keep its shiny public appearance. It has only been in …

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Spanish bakery Panris uses EKOenergy

Thanks Panris, bakery chain in Spain, for taking an extra step for the environment by choosing sustainable renewable electricity. Check out our user stories to see the interviews with EKOenergy users we regularly publish. Published on 13 October 2017

Hotel Blue Coruña uses EKOenergy

Hotel Blue Coruña in Spain uses EKOenergy-labelled renewable electricity. The hotel was supplied an EKOenergy contract by our licensed seller Ecovatios. Environmental awareness of tourists all around the world is increasing and we are glad that Hotel Blue Coruña chose EKOenergy. Thanks Hotel Blue Coruña for showcasing our logo to announce that you use EKOenergy! …

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Finlayson uses EKOenergy-labelled renewable electricity

Finlayson is a century-old textile producer in Finland. All Finlayson operations of in Finland use EKOenergy-labelled wind energy, including their headquarters and all retail stores from Helsinki in the south to Lapland in the north. See more on Finlayson website. Check out our user stories to see interviews with EKOenergy users we regularly publish. Published on …

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Lance verte, French paint stripping and deep cleaning company uses EKOenergy

Lance verte, a paint stripping and specialised cleaning company uses EKOenergy-labelled electricity and features the EKOenergy logo on their website. We are happy that they have taken an extra step to protect the nature! See more about the company and their services at: http://www.lalanceverte.fr/ Check out our user stories to see the interviews with EKOenergy …

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Ice hockey team Mikkelin Jukurit uses EKOenergy

Mikkelin Jukurit is an ice hockey team from the city of Mikkeli in eastern Finland. They have switched to 100% EKOenergy-labelled renewable electricity, supplied by the local electricity supplier ESE (Etelä-Savon Energia). Thanks Jukurit for helping us spread our message! You can read more on the Jukurit website here (in Finnish). Check out our user …

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Basecamp Oulanka uses EKOenergy

Basecamp Oulanka is a complex of wooden buildings providing comfortable and cosy accommodation in a stunning location overlooking Lake Juuma and backing onto Oulanka National Park in Finland. We are happy that Basecamp Oulanka choose to take an extra step to protect nature by using EKOenergy-labelled renewable electricity. See more information about Basecamp Oulanka on their website. …

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Saimaa Brewing Company uses EKOenergy

Saimaa Brewing Company (Saimaan Juomatehdas) is one of the sustainability pioneers of the Finnish brewery industry. “By using EKOenergy, we can guarantee that the environmental impacts of the electricity which we use are as small as possible,” Jussi Laukkanen, the CEO of Saimaan Juomatehdas explains. “We don’t think that respecting the principles of environmental friendliness and …

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City of Lappeenranta uses EKOenergy-labelled electricity

Lappenranta city started using EKOenergy-labelled renewable electricity in all its properties, making Lappeenranta the first EKOenergy city. Learn more about the city’s sustainability and environmental commitments on the Green Reality website. Check out our user stories to see the interviews with EKOenergy users we regularly publish. Published on 20 April 2016

Favini uses EKOenergy for Crush and Remake production lines

Favini, an Italian company producing textures and fibres, uses EKOenergy-labelled renewable electricity for two of their paper production lines for their products „Crush” and „Remake”. Crush is made from agro-industrial by-products and Remake is paper obtained from the upcycling process of leather by-products. Learn more about innovative and ecological products of Favini on their website: https://www.favini.com/en/ Check …

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EKOenergy for Germany and the UK

Last month, EKOenergy made huge steps forward in Germany and the UK. Stadtwerke Bielefeld The German electricity supplier Stadtwerke Bielefeld started selling EKOenergy. The company is one of the larger municipality-owned energy companies in Germany. The company has about 2160 employees and a turnover of about 660 million euro. Their first EKOenergy product is available …

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