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Haven Power Getting Into The Easter Spirit

Haven Power Getting Into The Easter Spirit

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Haven Power is getting into the Easter spirit this year with a generous donation of chocolate Easter eggs to their local residential homes.

Reydon House, All Hallows Court and Holywells Court all agreed some seasonal gifts to celebrate Easter would be welcome. So Haven employees clubbed together to donate 124 chocolate eggs for the homes including some suitable for those with diabetes.

David Daniels, Vee Lazzari and Haven COO, Neil Isaacson, greeted Virginia Wilson from Sheltered Housing for Ipswich Borough Council, with armfuls of chocolate eggs at the Haven Power Office. 

Neil Isaacson commented: “We’re always keen to support our local community and many of our staff are going home for the long weekend to enjoy Easter with their friends and families. We felt it would be nice to give those from sheltered housing an Easter treat donated by Haven staff.”

Photograph Caption:

People in the photograph are, from Left to Right: Virginia Wilson from Sheltered Housing for Ipswich Borough Council and David Daniels, Neil Isaacson and Vee Lazzari from Haven Power.

About Haven Power and Drax Group:

Haven Power is one of the largest business electricity suppliers in the UK and was awarded the title Supplier of the Year at the Energy Awards in 2014 and 2016. Founded 10 years ago, they have grown by providing dedicated account management support as a response to many of the typical issues customers have with their energy providers. Haven Power offers 100% reliable, cost effective renewable energy and services that help customers use energy more efficiently, control their spend and manage risk.

Haven Power are part of Drax Group plc, which plays a vital role in helping change the way energy is generated, supplied and used as the UK moves to a low carbon future. Drax operates the largest power station in the UK and supplies up to 8 percent of the country’s electricity needs. The energy firm converted from burning coal to become a predominantly biomass-fuelled electricity generator. Drax is the biggest single site renewable generator in the UK and the largest decarbonisation project in Europe. Its 2,300-strong staff operates across three principal areas of activity – electricity generation, electricity sales to business customers and compressed wood pellet production.

The Group includes:

  • Drax Biomass, based in the US and manufactures compressed wood pellets produced from sustainably managed working forests.
  • Haven Power, based in Ipswich, providing businesses with electricity.
  • Opus Energy, based in Oxford and Northampton, England, and Cardiff, Wales, providing electricity and gas to businesses.
  • Billington Bioenergy, based in Liverpool with depots across the UK, is one of the leading distributors of wood pellets for sustainable heating in the UK.
  • For more information visit www.drax.com