Logicalis UK&I commits to being carbon-neutral by 2025 as part of Techies Go Green movement

United Kingdom, Nov 3, 2022

Dublin/London, 3rd November 2022 – Logicalis UK&I, an IT solutions and managed service provider, today announces that it has joined Techies Go Green, a movement of IT and tech-oriented companies who are committed to decarbonising their businesses.

It joins the community of organisations who are aiming to become carbon-neutral by 2030 at the latest. Techies Go Green enables each member to purposefully improve their energy efficiency by collaborating and sharing practical know-how.

Started by IT distributor DataSolutions, more than 250 companies have signed up to the initiative to date.

Mark Benson, CTO, Logicalis UK&I, said: “Logicalis prides itself on being a responsible business which prioritises people, communities and the planet. In order to make a real difference, we are committing to becoming carbon neutral and rolling out initiatives across the globe which make our operations greener.

“As well as taking action, the other important piece of the climate change puzzle is sharing knowledge. We look forward to benefitting from the insights that the Techies Go Green community provides and having its support in achieving our sustainability goals.”

Michael O’Hara, Techies Go Green co-founder, said: “We are delighted that Logicalis UK&I has joined Techies Go Green – an important initiative which aims to benefit companies, people and the planet.

“It is vital that every business takes responsibility, sets targets and reduces their environmental impact on the earth. Techies Go Green is designed to support this, share ideas and make a sustainable difference.”

To learn more about or become a signatory with Techies Go Green, visit www.techiesgogreen.com.

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