NEPIC Member Inspired Energy PLC, the leading consultant for energy procurement, utility cost optimisation and legislative compliance in the UK and Ireland, is delighted to announce it has been awarded the London Stock Exchange’s (“LSE”) Green Economy Mark in recognition of its environmental and strategic advice, service and support to customers.
The Green Economy Mark allows greater visibility for investors interested in Green Economy activities and recognises those companies that are contributing to a greener and more sustainable economy. The LSE is the first exchange in the world to introduce such a certification and the award was made for ‘Environmental Consultancies (General) TIER 2 ES.01.0’ based on revenue generating activities related specifically to companies that provide advice and/or support regarding environmental issues and strategies.
Commenting on the award, Mark Dickinson, CEO of Inspired, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded the LSE Green Economy Mark in recognition of the high proportion of green revenue the Group generates in relation to our services to customers. ESG is at the heart of everything we do and as an ESG solutions provider it is important that we continue to lead by example in regard to best practice and reporting in order to remain at the forefront of energy and sustainability solutions in a Net Zero Carbon future.”
Denzil Jenkins, Interim CEO, London Stock Exchange plc added: “We’re delighted to award Inspired Energy plc the Green Economy Mark. There is growing investor demand for actionable climate and environment-related financial information, with global asset allocations to green and sustainable finance increasing each year. The Green Economy Mark underlines London Stock Exchange’s commitment supporting issuers and investors in the transition to a greener economy.”
Energy is typically the largest indirect cost most businesses face. As ESG becomes more central to investment decisions for every business, energy is one of the highest cost components in the ESG wheel and one of the most data intensive elements of the Climate change segment. Inspired Energy provides services to over 2,400 UK corporate business consumers, which represent c.6.7% of the UK’s expenditure on electricity and over 400 in the ROI.
To find out more about Inspired Energy, please visit: www.inspiredenergy.co.uk