- Supporting businesses on their carbon neutral journey
- We can help your business reduce its carbon footprint
- Help and support with switching to a ‘Green’ supplier
The team at Indigo Swan are excited to launch our new campaign, Swan Sustainability which forms part of our commitment of giving back to the local community whilst also helping to improve the environment we live in.
Swan sustainability is designed to help businesses who are looking to reduce their carbon footprint and / or switch to a ‘Green’ energy supplier. With access to a wide array of tools and resources, Indigo Swan can offer free advice and support to help you on your low carbon journey.
We work with an array of energy suppliers so from finding the right supplier, to checking and negotiating contracts we are here to help your business be greener.
If you would like to find out more about how we can help you on your journey to becoming carbon neutral, please get in touch with us.
Moving from expensive fossil fuels (gas, oil and coal are all costly to extract from the ground) to sustainable cheap-to-run Green options may see energy prices stabilise in the future, while ensuring security of supply.
Yes, renewables and green options require subsidy at the moment, adding charges to bills, but in the long term these technologies will reach a level where no subsidy is required. Once a Green or renewables project is up and running (e.g. a solar or wind farm), the “fuel” to power it is free.
The UK also has an ambitious target to be Net Zero (carbon neutral) by 2050, and a big part of this will be the transition to Green sources of energy. Reducing emissions will protect our planet for generations to come, and we should all be playing our part to do the right thing.
A number of suppliers now provide Green Electricity as standard, although the sources could be challenged as to how Green some are. For example, the power could come from burning wood pellets or from a wind turbine at sea, so if Green is of interest it is worth exploring what type of Green power you regard as acceptable.
Indigo Swan discuss the supplier specific Green options with customers during a tender exercise, so we understand the importance you place on these types of contracts. We work with an array of energy suppliers; so, from finding the right supplier, to checking and negotiating contracts we are here to help your business be greener.
We want to help businesses on their journey to becoming Net Zero.
In this episode of Swan TV we were joined by Alexander Verbeek who is a Dutch environmentalist & editor of The Planet, as part of our Swan Sustainability series to discuss climate change, bio-diversity and sustainability.
A lot of companies and organisations are starting to use the term Net Zero, as well as others including sustainability and carbon neutral, but what does this mean and how does it affect us as individuals and what does it mean for businesses
As part of our Swan Sustainability Series we want to talk to different industries and what businesses are doing currently in terms of Net Zero and Sustainability. We spoke to Derek MacDonald, Joint Managing Director at Newton Property Management about their green vision.
As more businesses look to switch their water supplier, we are noticing an increase in the savings available by contracting as well as improved levels of customer service. We can help secure the best contract for your business using our market insights and supplier relations.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development are a set of goals and targets that will inspire action over the next fifteen years in areas that are of critical importance for humanity and the planet, but are we doing enough collectively