Some exciting news from the team at IDS we have joined JUST ONE Tree!
As a team we have always been interested in reducing energy consumption and thereby lowering the carbon footprint of the industries we work with, it is one of the main benefits of inverter technology after all! Now with the UK Government’s drive for Net Zero, it seemed like a great time to join with this amazing venture.
IDS Join JUST ONE Tree
JUST ONE Tree is a non-profit initiative removing CO2 from the atmosphere and reversing biodiversity loss through global reforestation. They plant trees in areas severely affected by deforestation to maximise the effect on reducing global warming. In the process they help to provide agricultural education and sustainable incomes to local communities.
But they don’t stop there. JUST ONE Tree concentrates on restoring the entire ecosystem by planting on land and in the oceans, and they also focus on helping to shape the next generation of planet-conscious thinkers by bringing environmental education into the classrooms with lesson plans and JUST ONE Tree Day.
We have kicked off our support with a donation that will see 25 trees planted in the areas that need them most. This small contribution will remove approximately 7.7 tonnes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere over the next 25 years. If that is what 25 trees can do, imagine what 100 or 1,000 trees can accomplish.
Helping us to plant more trees!
As a team, we decided that for every electric motor energy efficiency survey we complete, IDS will commit to planting 10 more trees. The survey will give you the facts and figures, including predicted payback times and total energy and monetary savings possible for each motor, if controlled with an inverter. Giving you the opportunity to assess just how much an inverter will help you to reduce your energy consumption, costs and carbon footprint and it will give us the opportunity to plant more trees.
If you would like more information about JUST ONE Tree and their work, click here.
To find out what is involved in an electric motor energy survey please click here.