Good Energy leads the way on social impact
100% renewable electricity company Good Energy has been named ‘Social Impact Company of the Year’ at the 2015 Small Cap Awards, for the second year running.
The renewable electricity supplier and generator scooped the award after being recognised for its continued commitment to making a positive contribution to communities, society and the environment within its work.
The annual awards were set up to celebrate those organisations that are examples of ‘shining stars’ within the small and micro-cap community.
Tomas Carruthers, Chief Executive of the Social Stock Exchange: “I am delighted that Good Energy Group has won the Impact Company of the Year award for the second year in a row.
“This is testament to their dedication to creating real change within the energy market and providing a viable alternative to the Big 6 energy suppliers. I am honoured that they are a founding member of the Social Stock Exchange and look forward to watching them prosper.”
Denise Cockrem, Chief Financial Officer of Good Energy, said: “Our mission to tackle climate change remains hugely important to us. Despite 2014 being a tough year, we’ve made good progress by increasing the amount of customers opting to choose renewable electricity and through our continued investment in new renewable generation projects.
“At Good Energy, we see ourselves as a blueprint for what energy companies can and should look like in the future, so it’s great to be recognised for our achievements in this way!”
About Good Energy www.goodenergy.co.uk
Good Energy is a fast-growing green energy company, generating and selling 100% renewable electricity to homes and businesses across the UK, all wrapped up in great customer service. Our mission is to support change in the energy market, tackle climate change and boost energy security. Good Energy has consistently been ranked top or second in Which? energy company customer satisfaction surveys for the past four years. Good Energy invests in renewable energy including wind, solar, hydro and tidal.
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