The 2015 climate change conference in Paris concluded that all countries needed to work together to confront the issues that face an increasing warming planet. However this will only be achieved if humanity as a whole plays its part –i.e. not just governments but commercial operations as well as individuals.


As a result of C-19 in 2020, all companies have had to make drastic changes to their businesses and a ‘new-normal’ phase has begun and shown that big changes can be made that reduce costs, improve efficency and benefit the environment in which we live.


This is where Gates Green has a crucial role to play. Our expertise is to act as a gateway to ‘green’ solutions that reduce carbon output in the commercial sector. Regardless of what your needs maybe Gates Green will provide you with a solution that will help you do adopt a sustainable environmentally policy, whilst simultaneously making substantial monetary savings.


Our green initiatives cover every aspect of ‘Environmental’ technology – fossil fuel reduction, energy efficiency, renewable energy production and power purchase agreements. All of our solutions are not only viable but in certain instances are either tax deductible, have a short ROI or are 100% funded. However, our service goes beyond merely providing a solution – we see the entire process through, right from the first introductory meeting, all the way through to installation and commissioning. We start by better understanding your needs. Once established we’ll put, not only a proposal for the right solution to you, we will advise the best cash-positive sequence to follow. This is followed by a comprehensive, technical site survey to ensure we fully understand the key areas of compatibility and viability that need to be addressed on your site.




Gates Green Solutions help companies to communicate the importance of Sustainability to their staff and customers, by using the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially goals 7-12 for Business and Community.


This is achieved using four stages:


  • Education with training/workshops/inductions
  • Accreditation, Awards and Rewards
  • Managing utility targets and action plans
  • Publishing results
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