BDR have recently secured a partnership with one of the largest apparel companies in the world.
BDR group will manage their energy contracts for the entirety of their UK and Ireland stores.
BDR were able to provide them with a solution to their energy needs and assist them in making the switch to renewable energy sources for all high street branches – with nearly $9.7 billion in annual revenues and some of the most high-profile and recognisable brands on the planet in it’s stable, reducing their carbon footprint and moving toward a sustainable model was a high priority for our client.
As well as providing the client with a competitive solution to their energy needs, BDR are also working to help reduce their carbon emissions and assist with their energy reduction by working to make their energy usage as efficient as possible – by partnering with them on solar panel outlays across key distribution centres, conducting Energy Audits and Efficiency Projects and other green initiatives, with the aim of making our client’s UK and Irish stores powered by 100% Renewable Energy (REGO approved)
This contract makes inroads into the RE100 Commitment as our client aims for 100% renewable electricity by 2030. The ESOS that we propose to implement will also help towards the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) by setting greenhouse gas reduction targets.