Ecotricity people love to deliver our green message every day. And we love that so many of them have rich and varied skills and talents. Phoebe works in our Home Moves department and has been with us for nearly two years. In that time, she’s also been running a fantastic face painting business which, luckily for us, means we get her great skills at a number of our events. We chatted with Phoebe recently to find out more.
Our team will be at Brighton Fringe this weekend – and we’ll even be powering the Fringe City stage with 100% green energy from the wind and the sun.
Britain’s greenest energy company has formed a partnership with Next Kraftwerke to create and operate a 'Smart Grid’.
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.
Britain’s greenest energy company, Ecotricity, will talk about renewables, bees and saving the planet at the Festival of Nature in Bristol this summer.
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.
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.
There are hundreds of bee species in the UK, and you don’t need to be an expert to spot some amazing ones here in Britain. Paul, our Digital Community Manager, loves little insects, and as our resident bee boff, he gave us a run-down of a few we might be lucky enough to see.
Forest Green Rovers is on the hunt for a new head chef to continue the club’s revolutionary work as the world’s first vegan football club.