When making up its classification, Greenpeace considers production numbers, energy mix, purchasing policy and rates. In this way, Greenpeace wants to avoid that energy suppliers occur more "green" than they really are. With a score of 18/20, Aspiravi Energy got an extremely ecological classification in Flanders and the rest of Belgium.
"Aspiravi Energy again achieved a very good score this year thanks to investments in wind energy at sea, wind turbines on land and small-scale biomass. Aspiravi itself produces more than enough electricity to provide all customers with truly green energy and mainly relies on wind turbines on land and at sea."
Advantageous rate for shareholders
Shareholders with at least 4 shares of Aspiravi Samen cvba or Limburg wind cvba can get a favorable rate via Aspiravi Energy. In addition, Aspiravi Energy donates to a good cause for every consumed megawatt hour. Like that, each client contributes to a social project supporting the socially disadvantaged and those living in energy poverty.
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