At Energy Management we’re doing our bit to help the government fulfil its pledge to plant 11 million trees by the year 2020.
Any Education Trust or standalone academy or school that signs a contract with Energy Management will receive trees, free of charge, to plant within their grounds as we all strive for a greener future.
In one year, an acre of mature trees absorbs the amount of CO2. produced when you drive 26,000 miles - that’s over twice the national average for an individual car user and more than a lifetime of school runs!
As we believe that energy education is fundamental to the future of the planet, one of our engineers will be happy to come into your school or academy to have a talk on energy-related issues and help pupils engage in the subject.
If you would like to know more about tree-bate whilst also finding out how we can help you reduce our energy consumption, please get in touch with us on 01225 867722.
Spirit of Christmas wins local school £1,000 donation
Fitzmaurice Primary School in Bradford-on-Avon were celebrating today after one of their pupils won Energy Management’s annual competition to design the cover of the company’s Christmas e-card. Over 350 Primary schoolchildren from the Wiltshire town entered the competition and the judging panel, made up of Energy Management staff, were impressed by the high standard of artwork produced.
Idris (pictured left) won first place for his colourful depiction of Christmas, with fellow Fitzmaurice pupils, Megan and Daisy, chosen as runners-up. All three received Christmas goody bags from Energy Management owner Gary Weston, his wife Jacy and Energy Management Account Manager Emma Street.
“They were all excited to receive their prizes and it was wonderful to see their smiling faces,” said Emma.
“Our festive e-card will be going out to customers later this week adorned with Idris’ lovely work.”
As a reward for winning the competition, Energy Management will be sponsoring a school project focusing on internet safety, worth £1,000.