Who we work with


We're proud to be working with – and powering – a whole bunch of companies and organisations who share our values and whose work we really believe in. By working with these amazing charities and ethical organisations, we help them do more of the great stuff they do, and in turn they spread the word of green energy for us. Here's a list of the organisations on our green team:

A

Amnesty International

Animal Aid

Animal Defenders International

Animal Equality

Animal Free Research UK

Animal Justice

Avon Valley Park

Avon Wildlife Trust

 

B

BHESCo

Big Barn

Big Issue

BNS

Born Free Foundation

Boston Tea Party

Bristol Zoo

Bug Life

Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Butterfly Conservation

 

C

Cafe Direct

CAFOD

Canopy and Stars

Centre for Alternative Technology

Chargebound

City to Sea

Climate Friendly Bradford on Avon

CND

Commercial

Cornwall Animal Action

Cornwall Wildlife Trust

Countryfile

Coutiver

CPRE Wiltshire

Crystal Palace Transition Town

Cumbria Action for Sustainability

 

D

Demand Energy Equality

Divine Chocolate

DoNation

 

E

Ecotalk

English Heritage

Environment Justice Foundation

Environmental Investigation Agency

Ethical Consumer

Ethical Living Magazine

Ethical Superstore

Ethical Revolution

Eynsham T. Town

Exeter Dioceses

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F

Field Studies Council

Food Cycle

Forestry Commission

Forest Green Rovers

Friends of the Earth

Fully Charged

 

G

Garden Organic

Geckoman Art

Global Justice Now

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

Green Buying

Green Party

Green People

Green Tourism

Greener Living

Greenpeace

 

H

h.Energy

 

I

International Tree Foundation

 

J

Juno magazine

 

L

Lancashire Wildlife Trust

Left Foot Forward

Let's Get Energized

London and Scottish

London Buddhist

London Wildlife Trust

Lush

 

M

M&Co

Made in Stroud

Marine Conservation

Marple Mess

Monkton Nature Reserve

Montezuma Chocolate

 

N

Naked Wines

Nikwax

North Wales Wildlife Trust

 

O

One World Wildlife

Oxfam

 

P

Pants to Poverty

Paramo

Parkers Estate Agents

People and Planet

Permaculture Association

Plantlife

Plant Based Live

Po-Zu

Positive News

Powerful Organic

Practical Action

Project Aware

Psycho Syd

 

R

Rainforest Concern

Rainforest UK

Red Pepper Magazine

RSPB

RSPCA

 

S

Save The Rhino

Sea Shepherd

Send a Cow

So Organic

Soil Association

Solar Shop

Streetbank

Stroud Brewery

Stroud Valleys Project

Stroudco Food Hub

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Sumatran Orangutan Society

Sustainable Crediton

Sustainable Food Trust

Sustainable R Assoc.

Sustrans

 

T

Team Frack Free

Tearfund

Teen VGN

The Art House Southampton

The Dice Cup

The Green Store

The Greener Store

The Ecologist

The Liberal Democrats

The National Forest

The Rainforest Foundation

The Raw Chocolate Company

The Real Junk Food Project

The Vegan Kind

The Vegan Society

The Word Forest Organisation

Trans City Lancaster

Trans City Leicester

Transition Eynsham

Transition Free Press

Transition Stroud

Transition Town Worthing

Triodos Bank

Tupenny Barn Education

 

U

Unfrack.me

 

V

Vegan Apron

Vegan Cakery

Vegan Chat Room

Vegan Life Magazine

Vegan Lifestyle Association

Vegan Organic Network

Vegan Tuck Box

Vegan Village

Veganuary

Vegetarian for Life

Vegetarian Society

Vegfest

Veggie Magazine

Viva!

Vivienne Westwood 

 

W

Westonbirt Arboretum

Whale & Dolphin Conservation

When In Rome Wines

Wild Futures

WOMAD

Woodland Trust

Wyre Forest Vegans

 

How to get involved

If you'd like to be on the green team, get in touch with our dedicated Partnerships Team, who will tell you everything you need to know about becoming an Ecotricity partner. It's easy to get the ball rolling. Simply email partnerships@ecotricity.co.uk.