Headspace Group switches to renewable energy sources to power offices
Coworking specialist, Headspace Group has announced that 100 per cent of its spaces now use electricity from ‘green energy’ renewable sources.
Headspace Group’s buildings in London (Farringdon and Marylebone), Manchester and its new 12,000 sq ft space in Birmingham - due to launch later this year - have all made the switch to power from renewable sources.
Headspace’s electricity suppliers provide power from renewable sources, which in the UK is typically wind and solar.
Fabrizio Nicola-Giordano, Headspace Group’s managing director, said: “Corporate social responsibility is something we take very seriously at Headspace and, as we learn more and more and about the impact of fossil fuels on the planet, this feels like a relatively small, but hugely important step for us to take.
“We also know that these issues are equally as important for our members and I’m delighted that we can support their own efforts in helping to protect our environment.
“We all have a responsibility to become carbon neutral and help pave the way for a more sustainable business environment.”
This comes at a time of great uncertainty and warning of the planet’s carbon footprint and the desperate need to reduce it.
Headspace Group could be the first coworking provider to move to renewable energy sourced power in all of its workspaces.
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