ON5 Company is joining government bodies, utilities, and businesses across the United Kingdom in celebrating Green Great Britain Week from 15th to 19th October 2018.
As part of Green GB Week, ON5 will host series of 30-minute workshops for communities on how to save money on energy bills, waste less and reduce carbon footprints. One of the “Climate change and cake” community events will take place at Impact Hub Islington on October 17th, 2018.
This is part of the innovative Energy100 initiative which combines 30-minute workshops delivered at the workplace and a digital hub.
Energy100 is a pilot project sponsored by ON5 to help employees save energy at home, enable staff to live in healthier homes, increase their disposable income, through encouraging reductions in their energy spend and use. Through engaging employees with Energy100 Onsite Workshops and Online Hub, companies will contribute towards the UK’s efforts to reduce energy waste and achieve ambitious carbon emissions targets, whilst making energy efficiency a little more interesting.
The goal of Clean GB week is directly aligned with ON5’s mission to continue to build on its sustainability efforts. ON5 Group’s innovative digital platforms have been successfully delivered in several sectors in France, including Banking (BNP Paribas), Industry and Energy (SHV, Eriks, Esso, Total and ERDF), Insurance (MAAF), Retail (Auchan, Carrefour, Bricorama and Kingfisher), Transportation (SNCF) and Energy sector (EDF, Engie, Total).
Beyond cost and emissions reductions, ON5 Group drives behavioural change, encouraging employees, homeowners and consumers to become ‘eco-actors’, through the adoption of ‘eco-behaviours’ in water, waste and energy. Since 2008 the UK government has introduced several targets and measures aiming to move to a more energy efficient, low-carbon economy and help the UK become less reliant on imported fossil fuels and less exposed to higher energy prices in the future.
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues we face today. Moving to a low carbon economy, creating new businesses and jobs whilst reducing our emissions and the impact on our environment must be a shared effort. We all need to act now and move towards a clean economy. “Our goal is to leave our environment in a better state than we inherited it”, – says Claire Perry, Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth.
Join us in promoting positive conversations about energy efficiency and be part of Green Great Britain!