Switchgear company wins prestigious award

October 7th, 2019, Published in Articles: Energize

Lucy Electric UK has been awarded a Certified Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme (CEMARS) certificate for its continued commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The company is regarded a leader in secondary power distribution solutions with over 100 years’ industry experience. Specialising in high-performance medium voltage switchgear for utility, industrial and commercial applications, it enables the safe and reliable distribution of energy to homes and businesses worldwide.

 

CEMARS, a leading certification programme which is recognised across the globe, rewarded the company for achieving an impressive 18,13% reduction in absolute emissions over eight years following an audit of the company’s emissions management system (compliant to ISO14064-1). As a result of this sustained reduction and for having no non-conformities across its data sets, the company was awarded a gold CEMAR certification. Upholding a year-on-year reduction is challenging but the company has shown that by working together towards a shared goal of measuring and reducing its carbon footprint, its managed to make a real difference.

Contact Phillip Fouche, Lucy Electric, Tel 011 025-7490, phillip.fouche@lucyswitchgear.com

 

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