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Business case studies

Find out more about what businesses and charities we support and power across the UK.

RSPB case study

Ecotricity has collaborated with the RSPB since they began a customer in 2011. We've even built a wind turbine at their head office in Bedfordshire.

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LEON Restaurants case study

Ecotricity supplies green electricity to business energy customer LEON Restaurants, selling healthy, sustainable food across Britain.

Lush case study

The ethical cosmetics retailer Lush, has used green energy from Ecotricity for over a decade and is part of our smart grids initiative.

The Wave Bristol case study

This new business uses Ecotricity's sustainable green energy to power its wave machines, EV charge points, buildings and more.

Happy Maki case study

The Brighton fast food restaurant Happy Maki serves vegan food and powers its operations using vegan energy from Ecotricity.

1 Stop Wash case study

The London-based laundry and dry cleaning service 1 Stop Wash is run sustainably thanks to having Ecotricity as its supplier.

Isle of Wight Council case study

Councils are going green, and on the Isle of Wight hundreds of public services are running on Ecotricity's green energy.

The Lyric Hammersmith case study

How green electricity and gas from Ecotricity have helped the Lyric Hammersmith implement its successful sustainability project.

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Climate Clock

The Climate Clock is a version of the Doomsday clock that has been running since 1947 - this tracks the risk of global man-made disaster, through man made technology (like nuclear weapons) - displaying the minutes and seconds left before midnight, when disaster strikes. The climate crisis is a small part of the calculations made.
The climate clock uses a similar approach, but, focuses only on the climate crisis - which is the biggest and most urgent existential threat we face.
"The Climate Clock is a countdown to the biggest man-made disaster we face - but also a measure by which we can track our progress - moving from fossil to renewable energy. It shows we have no time to lose - the clock is ticking…" Dale Vince, OBE.
Ecotricity is a sponsor of the Glasgow Climate Clock that will run every night until COP26.