- 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
Our support and advice doesn’t have to stop once we put your energy contracts in place. We also help business’s find ways they can be more sustainable and reach their Net Zero goals. As the energy sector continues to transition and invest in new technologies to deliver a clean and sustainable future, the ways in which your business can reduce their environmental impact are also increasing.
Whether you are looking to boost your business’s green initiatives, demonstrate your Corporate Social Responsibility or reduce your carbon footprint to meet Net Zero goals, Indigo Swan can help put a clear, achievable plan in place. We work with a select group of trusted partners to bring our customers a range of sustainable solutions. From Solar Photovoltaic (PV) installations and Electric Vehicle (EV) charging points to Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and outsourced energy management – Indigo Swan’s purpose is to bring sustainable business solutions to all.
Oliver Denison is our inhouse sustainability expert. With over 5 years’ experience working within the industry, extensive knowledge and a fierce passion for helping businesses become more sustainable, he is our first point of call when it comes to renewables. Part of his role entails building and maintaining strong relationships with our trusted partners. These relationships enable us to offer our customers a range of sustainable solutions at a first-class level of service.
Solar PV and Battery Storage
Soaring energy prices and volatile markets, have pushed many businesses to put their roof space to good use by turning to solar PV as an energy-efficient alternative to cut bills. Investing in solar could help your business protect a significant portion of its energy usage from increasing costs and could put you ahead of growing legislation as the government focuses on net zero. Not only could it bring substantial financial benefits it’s also becoming increasing attractive due to the positive impact on the environment.
Electric Vehicle Charging Points (EV)
With the government setting a target of stopping sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030, there is a strong focus on electric and hybrid vehicles. Over the next few years, as we get closer to the 2030 deadline, the demand for EV points will become much greater. Whether you are looking to install charge points for commercial vehicles or private employee cars we can guide you through finding the right solution for your business.
Power Purchase Agreements (PPA)
Power purchase agreements (PPAs) can help your business achieve its sustainability goals and lock in long-term pricing for electricity, helping to manage the risk of volatile power markets and generate savings on your energy bills. If your business wants to explore selling its renewable energy back to the grid, we can help ensure you receive market leading rates along with a friendly and personal service.
Outsourced Energy Management
Understanding how energy is being used in your business, the impact it’s having on the environment and finding ways to become more energy efficient can be a full-time job for someone – although you may find hiring an in-house Energy Manager costly. We can provide you with the services of an Outsourced Energy Manager, who spends as much or as little time within your business as you choose. Whether your business needs to meet ESOS or SECR audits, or you wish to promote your workforce to be more sustainable, our outsourced energy manager can cater for all aspects.
5 Reasons to Consider Solar PV for your Business
Investing in solar could help your business protect a significant portion of its energy usage from increasing costs and will put you ahead of growing legislation as the government focuses on net zero. Not only could it bring substantial financial benefits it’s also becoming increasing attractive due to the positive impact on the environment.
What is Net Zero? Are Businesses Ready?
Lots of us have heard the term Net Zero but a lot of us are not aware of what this means. Before we look at how we can achieve this, it is important to look at what is meant by this. In simple terms, it refers to the balance between the amount of greenhouse gas produced and the amount removed by the atmosphere.
Sustainable fashion relates to clothing that has been made in an ethical way and this includes a range of areas such as the premises that they are made in, fair pay for workers, the use of recyclable materials or materials that don’t harm the planet etc.
Are we doing enough for future generations to live sustainably?
As part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development there are a collection of 17 interlinked sustainable goals that have been set out to re-affirm the commitment by the world to sustainable development.