One of Julie’s Bicycle core objectives is supporting the Paris Agreement Goal to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees by focusing on energy, the major source of carbon emissions for the cultural sector. We believe there’s an opportunity for the arts and culture to lead the way in switching from fossil fuels to renewables and to present energy as an inspirational means for societal transformation.
To bolster this transition and support the creative sector in aligning with this crucial international target, Julie’s Bicycle has partnered with Good Energy, a 100% renewable electricity supplier recently approved by the Good Housekeeping Institute as a verified 100% renewable electricity provider.
We have combined our expertise to increase transparency and eliminate barriers around clean energy supply and offer an exclusive renewable energy deal for the creative industries.
We have also joined forces with BAFTA through the Creative Energy Project which offers 100%, UK-sourced renewable power at a competitive price thanks to a tender process which ensures preferential pricing.
Contact us if you’d like to hear more about Good Energy’s preferential pricing, designed for cultural and creative organisations, including theatres, museums and galleries, concert halls, venues, studios and offices.
Other Creative Energy Resources
Julie’s Bicycle works closely with organisations supporting them on sustainability initiatives, including advising on clean energy procurement. Check out this video to see how the transition to low carbon is working out for UNESCO World Heritage Site Blenheim Palace, thanks to our partnership with Good Energy.
How To Source Sustainable Power
Julie’s Bicycle have also partnered with Good Energy to produce this handy infographic resource detailing the questions to ask when sourcing renewable power.