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Sustainability and innovation are at the heart of Plymouth Science Park’s ethos, and this month the Park is delighted to welcome renewable energy specialists, Eco-Plug, to the community of forward-thinking businesses based at the Park. 

Eco-Plug, one of the UK’s first online solar stores offers a range of solar options to customers. The firm was established by renewable energy specialists Jordan Jones and Oliver Crutchley who, after years of experience in the sales of renewable energy, identified a growing need for honest and transparent renewable energy sales. Eco-Plug aims to offer a transparent way to shop for renewable energy online by offering fixed prices. 

Eco-Plug’s mission is to contribute to bringing the UK closer to Net Zero 2050, by changing the way renewable energy is sold, not only in regards to affordability, but also in honesty, transparency and care. It is this ethos which has seen Eco-Plug go from strength to strength in the two years since they were founded. Due to business growth, Eco-Plug is moving from their existing office to larger premises at Plymouth Science Park.

Jordan Jones, Co-director at Eco-Plug said: “Moving Eco-Plug to Plymouth Science Park is not far from a dream come true for us! The location is perfect for the company, and at the Park we are also surrounded by like-minded companies including renewable energy companies and technology and science-based businesses. We are really looking forward to settling into the Park, collaborating with the innovative businesses already based here, and working on our ambitious expansion plans.”

Fay Davies, Business Development Manager at Plymouth Science Park, said: “With energy prices at an all time high, and an increasing number of businesses looking to address how they can reduce their carbon footprint, Eco-Plug are a welcome addition to the Park’s community. We are delighted to provide them with the space they need as they work with businesses and homeowners to help the UK tackle the energy crisis and achieve carbon net zero by 2050.” 

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