The ongoing impact of COVID-19 has changed the way many of us live and work, and it’s changing the way we use energy, too
Bryt has always been sustainable by nature – we set out to have a positive impact on the environment since our inception in 2016, because we believe it’s simply the right thing to do. So we’re delighted to announce that we have now achieved carbon-neutral* status – and we’re ready to bring all of our customers along with us!
Bryt Energy have just launched their sustainability programme Bryt by Nature, announcing their carbon-neutral status* and net zero target of 2025
As the UK works towards net zero, the way we use electricity needs to adapt. You might have increasingly heard the term ‘flexibility’ recently, but what actually is it, and how could your business benefit from it?
Health and beauty giant, A.S. Watson, owner of Superdrug, The Perfume Shop and Savers, have recently confirmed they will be extending their zero carbon, 100% renewable electricity supply contract by 12 months, after celebrating a year and a half since switching to us
We caught up with our colleagues at Grønn Kontakt (also part of the Statkraft family) to see what an EV future might look like
Covid-19 has affected individuals, businesses, and industries in an unprecedented way across the world. Now many governments, including our own, expect Covid-19 to be with us for many months, if not years, ahead. So what impact is the virus having on the business electricity market and what do we need to look out for?
As the UK looks to rebuild its economy following the effects of Covid-19, there is a question of whether the pandemic, with all its social, health and welfare implications, will propel businesses faster down the sustainability route. Or will the best of intentions get overlooked in a rush to return to economic growth at any cost?
As keen as we are to return to normality, what can we learn from this crisis and how can we use this insight to build a healthier, more sustainable future?