Valda Energy, an energy supplier to the UK SME business market, have become members of Regen, a not-for-profit centre of energy expertise and market insight, whose mission is to transform the world’s energy systems for a zero carbon future.
Andy Dayus, Renewables Director at Valda Energy says: “This membership with Regen will be fundamental in supporting our renewable energy offerings. It will enable us to keep on top of cutting-edge projects, the latest academic research, and networking opportunities, so that our customers can have confidence that by purchasing energy from Valda Energy, they are investing in the future of sustainable energy.
“Sustainability is an important part of our business, not only through our 100% renewable options, but also our digital-first ethos, providing advice to SMEs, and supporting the UK’s renewable generators and energy entrepreneurs by providing them a route to market. That’s why we look forward to working with Regen to help transform the energy system and together be a force for change”.
Rachel Hayes, Head of Networks and Development at Regen, adds: “Our mission is to transform the way we generate, supply, and use energy. But we can’t do it alone. Our members help us to be a strong, informed and independent force for change.
“We hope that by working with companies like Valda Energy, together we can lead the transformation of our energy system and bring the right people together to come up with innovative ideas to achieve real change that can’t be done alone.”
Andy Dayus concludes: “We look forward to working with Regen, where their expert advice and market insight, combined with our renewable offerings, will help us and our customers make the most of our clean energy opportunities”.
Valda Energy, launched in October 2019, supply gas and electricity to the UK SME business market. Valda Energy aim to have sustainability at the forefront of everything they do, with their green-backed energy and 100% renewable options, they offer flexible and tailored solutions to suit different business needs.