Gail Young 5/09/2019 (Volunteer Cub leader)
Photo by (https://stuartrobinson.photography/)
Wednesday 4th September 2019 was National Wildlife Day and what better an opportunity to invite Whitegate Cubs to visit our site and understand more about our Bio-Diversity Project.
Judi Boardman 28/08/2019
Storengy UK encourages it's employees to take part in volunteering days. As a part of this commitment, each year, Storengy UK employees will be able to request a Corporate Social Responsibility Day, to volunteer for a project or initiative that benefits the community. Our SHEQ Manager Judi Boardman regulary volunteers at her local Samaritan's centre read her personal story below...
The Storengy Team 15/08/2019
Storengy UK are now members of the North West Hydrogen Alliance
The North West Hydrogen Alliance is calling for the government to invest in hydrogen projects to meet ambitious carbon reduction targets.
Robin Cannings 08/08/2019
I’m pleased to announce that I have been accepted onto the Future of Gas Forum Steering Group. Where I will represent the interests of gas networks, physical connections & commercial users in the development of a long-term GB Gas Market plan.
The Storengy Team 07/10/2019
We are very proud to have been shortlisted in the Corporate Social Responsibility category for the Cheshire Business Awards. The winners were announced at the awards ceremony on Friday 4th October 2019 at Chester Racecourse. Unfortunately this time we didn't win, but we are looking forward to continuing the many successful projects in this area, including our Bee breeding program, successful partnership with the Cheshire Energy Hub, the biodiversity project, supporting local charities, and the community. Over the next year we look to expand into other areas including the introduction of apprenticeships and working with young people to promote the energy sector.
For more information on the Cheshire Business Awards, details of the categories and winners click here.
Karl Colyer from Bees in our communitiy 18/07/2019
At Storengy UK's Stublach site, an exciting programme of bee breeding is taken place. Due to the large size of the site and the controlled access, the careful introduction of native bees will enable bees to be bred on site for distribution across Cheshire and beyond.
SHEQ Manager Judi Boardman 10/07/2019
Storengy UK Ltd - Stublach Gas Storage Plant is a winner again at the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards 2019
Storengy UK Team 20/06/2019
Clean Air Day, Storengy UK’s vision is that of a zero carbon future. We are working with our staff, partners and group to promote a zero carbon future for everyone.
Storengy UK have joined other organisations in signing up to the Local Living Wage Charter and becoming a Local Living Wage Employer in West Cheshire.
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