Partnerships

24 September 2020

Ecotricity visits RSPB Fairburn Ings

We’ve supported the RSPB since 2013 because their values and goals are such a perfect fit with ours. Last year, our mobile phone company, Ecotalk, helped the RSPB by purchasing an area of land called Fairburn Ings using the money from customers’ bills. Paul Sands, Director of Growth at Ecotricity went to find out more.

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Ancients of the future
25 May 2018

In praise of rotten wood

An astonishing amount of UK wildlife (over 2000 species) is reliant on ancient trees. But historic wood pasture and parkland is actually under threat and declining. There’s the growing threat from tree diseases and climate change, but of greatest concern is the age gap between existing ancient trees and future generations.

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16 May 2018

Beware what’s in your plant pot

As the weather gets warmer, you may be thinking about sprucing up your garden. Potted plants are a great way to get started, but they need to be carefully considered.

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Aerial view of English Heritage site Tintagel Castle hillside and sea in Cornwall
9 May 2018

Ecotricity and English Heritage launch green energy partnership

The world’s first green electricity company, Ecotricity, has launched a new partnership with English Heritage which will see some of the country’s most historic sites become more sustainable.

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Ecotricity virtual power plant featuring solar farm and wind turbine
2 May 2018

Ecotricity and Next Kraftwerke partner to create a greener grid

Britain’s greenest energy company has formed a partnership with Next Kraftwerke to create and operate a 'Smart Grid’.

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Ecotricity and The Climate Coalition Speak Up Week in white speech bubble
30 April 2018

How you can Speak Up for the climate

What if we told you that you could help create a world safe from climate change right now, without even leaving your neighbourhood? The Climate Coalition is asking people in all corners of the country to speak up for a cleaner future by joining their Speak Up week from 30 June to 8 of July.

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Around the world in four days, Ecotricity sponsor WOMAD festival 2018. Woman in bandana plays sitar on stage.
20 April 2018

Around the world in four days

The amazing WOMAD festival returns this year to Charlton Park in Malmesbury (26 - 29 July). It’s one of the most mind-blowing festivals you’ll ever go to – nowhere else will you see musicians from Belgium to Brazil and a host of countries in between. It really is like travelling around the world in music.  

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Girl on Father's shoulders at WOMAD festival watching a band from the crowd at the main stage
19 April 2018

Green Party to talk Brexit, refugees and building bridges at Ecotricity event

Britain’s greenest energy company, Ecotricity, will host a Q&A on Brexit and refugees with senior members of the Green Party at WOMAD Festival this summer.

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Ecotricity's Principal Ecologist Simon Pickering standing against a brick wall bird watching through a pair of binoculars
11 April 2018

My RSPB Weekend – with Simon Pickering

A brief history of climate change... Find out what our Principal Ecologist Simon Pickering had to say when he spoke at the RSPB Weekend.

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10 April 2018

Ecotricity to support the development of the National Forest through new partnership

Britain’s greenest energy company, Ecotricity, is joining forces with the National Forest Company to support the development of England’s first large-scale forest to be created in a thousand years.

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Ecotricity staff Alex Parnham Cope standing in office
22 March 2018

Forty days and nights

We’ve partnered with the excellent charity CAFOD, supporting their annual Lent appeal to raise money for people living in poverty around the world.

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