For delivering over £10m in global energy savings to the pharmaceutical sector
Energy Efficiency Consultancy (EECO2) has been shortlisted in the Enterprise Energy Efficiency Catalyst category of the ENDS Green Economy Awards for 2013 for its entry entitled: 'Delivering over £10m in global energy savings to the Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences sector'.
The ‘Green Economy Awards’, formerly the ‘Green Business Awards’, celebrate the pioneers of Britain's new green economy. Brought to the industry by Environmental Data Services (ENDS), the awards recognise excellence in environmental responsibility and the reconfiguration of business models around sustainability principles.
EECO2 provides global HVAC energy efficiency support, with expertise in pharmaceutical regulated environments. To date, the firm has delivered over £10m in global energy savings to the pharmaceutical and life sciences sector working with global giants such as GSK, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Lilly, Sanofi and Novartis.
Founding Director Rob Wallace said: 'We are delighted to become finalists in the Enterprise Energy Efficiency Catalyst category in the ENDS Green Economy Awards and winning this award would be fantastic recognition for our contribution to energy efficiency and global energy reduction.'
EECO2 uses its acquired experience and knowledge to provide cost-effective, energy and emission-reduction solutions from initial opportunity identification, to implementation and verification of savings.