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#PoweredbyEcotricity .. Vivienne Westwood is now powering her fashion business with green energy from Ecotricity, which is the biggest single thing any firm can do to reduce their carbon footprint and help fight climate change.

Punk pioneer and climate campaigner Vivienne Westwood is campaigning for the fashion industry and the public to switch away from dirty fossil fuels and recently launched her Autumn/Winter Menswear show at London fashion Week under the name ‘Ecotricity’.

Vivienne said: ‘‘we must all demand a fast transition to clean energy. We require a Green Economy for human life to remain sustainable and flourish. Switching to Ecotricity speeds up this transition.”

Vivienne Westwood’s businesses runs 12 shops, four offices and warehouses, plus a design studio in Britain.

Customers expect all businesses to be more and more sustainable, so by choosing “bills into mills” at Ecotricity – you will reduce the environmental impact of your operations by cutting the emissions that cause air pollution and climate change – support Britain becoming energy independent and help the transition to a Green Economy.

By switching your business to Ecotricity, you get award-winning customer service, can consolidate all business premises within one easy bill, benefit from smart metering services and may even be offered on-site renewable generation – so you make energy right where you use it. http://socsi.in/FFwc9

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Certainly did. Next up is a green Easter!
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Today we’re launching our Campaign for Green Gas to show that there’s another way to generate the gas we need in Britain.

Green Gas Mills will cut carbon emissions, support local farmers, create wildlife habitats and reduce our reliance on fossil fuels.

We don’t need to frack the countryside to become energy independent, we just need to mow the grass.

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Brilliant news today, our first green gas mill has just been given planning permission……!

Winchester City Council just voted by 8 to 1 to give us the go ahead for Britain’s very first grass fed green gas mill.

Next week we hope to launch our vision for green gas in Britain - watch this space… :)

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No other energy company in Britain does more to oppose fracking than we do.

We were the first supplier to publicly declare our opposition and to introduce a ‘frack-free gas’ promise – assuring our customers that we’ll never source any of our gas from shale, and that we’ll never invest in fracking.

This may seem pretty obvious for a green supplier, but some energy companies are deeply involved in fracking, and some are even funding it. That means opponents of fracking are often unknowingly supporting it through their gas bills.

We have a chance to put a stop to fracking in Britain – if customers boycott the companies who support fracking, they can show that people really don’t want their homes to be supplied with gas generated through fracking.

We work with anti-fracking groups around the country to support their campaigns in any way that we can.

And we’ve developed an alternative way to make gas in Britain – making green gas from grass. We’ve already submitted plans to build our first Green Gas Mills – and our analysis shows that Britain could make all the gas it needs this way. It’s a revolution in gas, and we don’t need to frack the countryside to get there – we just need to mow the grass.

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Vince thinks smart meters are a great idea. Might as well poison the water supply.
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Our Britwind subsidiary has exported over £1million of smaller windmills to Japan http://socsi.in/PcwM6
Britain’s greenest energy company, Ecotricity, has sold more than £1 million of small windmills to Japan through its Britwind subsidiary, to...
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Wind generated more electricity than coal for the full calendar year of 2016

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The UK generated more electricity from wind than from coal in the full calendar year...
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Ecotricity founder Dale Vince shows Robert Llewellyn around our Britwind 'smaller wind' factory in this latest +fullychargedshow video
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We’re encouraged by the results of this survey, businesses want more green energy!

We’ve been pioneering renewable energy for over 20 years and provide great service to our 12,000 business customers too. Switching to green energy is the biggest single thing a business can do to fight climate change.
Britain's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are keen to make the switch to 100% renewable energy-powered operations, but many are not receiving enough support from energy suppliers in order to do so, a new survey has revealed. - edie news centre
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Ecotricity has become Britain’s first green energy company to be listed in the Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250, which ranks Britain’s leading mid-sized businesses.

Dale Vince, Ecotricity founder, said: “For me, being in this list reflects the coming of age of our work. In twenty years green energy has come a long way from its roots - the preserve of academics, hippies and dreamers. Green energy is the number one choice and firmly the direction of travel for the whole world now – as it needs to be.”

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