ENER-G has released its annual carbon reduction report, which shows that in 2014 its CHP customers reduced their carbon footprint by 371, 578 tonnes.
This annual saving equates to the environmental benefit of removing 123,859 cars from the road. Among ENER-G’s customers going green are: Glaxo SmithKline, David Lloyd Leisure, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Holiday Inn.
Heather Foster, corporate account manager for ENER-G Combined power, said: “At a time of high energy bills, those organisations using combined heat and power are saving money as well as reducing their carbon footprint.
“By generating their own secure supply of heat and power, they can also protect themselves from power outages and the disruption caused by network failures.”