Heating costs continue to spiral for homeowners and one Peterborough company, Princeenergy, is doing its bit by offering renewable and energy saving solutions which is why it is also proud to sponsor The Green Volunteer/ Community Award.
Part of the long established Princebuild Group, which has a heritage in Peterborough going back four decades, Princeenergy is a new division which is at the cutting edge of offering green energy alternatives, from solar panels, to heat pumps to biomass heating.
Princeenergy director, Mark Asplin, said he was particularly pleased to be able to sponsor the Green Volunteer/ Community Award.
“Princebuild and Princeenergy care about the local communities that we work within and understand that the local community is at the heart of everything we do,” said Mr Asplin.
“As such our corporate and social responsibility policy commits us to supporting and working with the local community to identify the social issues that are most relevant to our business and most pressing to the communities in which we operate.
“We work in partnership with communities, combining mutual expertise to achieve our common goals and we inspire and engage our employees, customers and suppliers to support our community initiatives,” he said.
“We are very happy to support the Peterborough Telegraph Green Awards. This is exactly what local newspapers should be doing in their community.”