Fair Energy's commitment to sustainability earns reward
20th August 2010
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thebestof Exeter members Fair Energy have been awarded the Social Enterprise Mark.

Launched in February, the mark identifies businesses which meet defined criteria for social enterprise. Fair Energy joins other ethical businesses that have been awarded the mark, like the Eden Project, Hill Holt Wood, Bristol Wood Recycling Project and the Co-operative Group South & West.

Fair Energy, a community interest company specialising in transition to renewable heating for domestic, commercial and public sector customers, designs and installs wood fuel biomass boilers for central heating, and solar thermal hot water systems.

Managing director Finian Parrick said, "We're really proud to have been awarded the Social Enterprise Mark. Fair Energy is committed to supporting sustainable businesses, thus helping local communities to thrive and prosper."

Lucy Findlay, of the Social Enterprise Mark Company, said, "The mark identifies businesses which meet defined criteria, enabling consumers to recognise those that are trading to benefit people and planet."

"We hope it will do for social enterprise what the Fair Trade Mark did for fair trade."

To see the great testimonials that Fair Energy has received from their clients visit: http://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/exeter/business-guide/renewable-energy

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