Wholesale voice and data provider Entanet has selected Fidelity Energy to provide 100% renewable energy for its own operations.
The solution uses wind, solar and tidal energy as its sole energy source, meaning Entanet can reduce its carbon foot print by 866 tonnes of carbon.
Darren Farnden, Entanet’s Head of Marketing, commented: “The new contract saved us money but the most important factor for us was the reduction in our carbon footprint. This is a great message for our business and shows a real commitment to our Corporate Social Responsibility. It also gives channel partners an edge when bidding for government and CSR focused businesses
“Fidelity are well known to us from their work within the telecoms channel. We knew Fidelity Energy Managing Director John Haw well from his days in the service provider channel and it made sense to see if they could help us. Fidelity are also now proactively managing all our energy contracts and bill validation and are suggesting ideas of where we can lower our energy use.
John Haw commented “Entanet is a great channel business and one that we are pleased to be working with on their estate. Proactive contract management, bill validation and lowering of their carbon footprint were all key requirements. Fidelity Energy ran the tender process for them, recommended the most appropriate supplier and helped them balance carbon reduction, service and price. It’s great to be working with the management team at Entanet during this exciting phase of their business.”
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