Wales case studies

Responsible Business Awards 2016 - Shortlisted

n-ergy group ltd

n-ergy delivers vocational training and employability sessions each year to around 3,000 inmates within 30 prisons to give them a better chance of finding work after they’re released. The programme also helps ex-offenders secure sustainable employment.

Published: April 2016
Responsible Business Awards 2016 - Shortlisted

Kingspan Group – Net Zero Energy by 2020 Initiative

By 2020, Kingspan Group aims to effectively take no energy from the national grid by becoming energy neutral. As well as using renewable energy to save money, the firm will be fighting climate change.

Published: April 2016
Responsible Business Awards 2016 - Shortlisted

Office for National Statistics – Greening Government Commitments

The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has fully embraced the Government’s Greening Government Commitments, and so is striving to reduce its environmental impact with a number of ambitious targets.

Published: April 2016
Categories: Global Goals
Responsible Business Awards 2016 - Shortlisted

Carillion Civil Engineering – Leaving a Lasting Community Legacy

Civil engineering company Carillion is using a road development project as a catalyst to deliver social benefits for South Wales. Working with local groups, the project is providing investment, employment, training and apprenticeships.

Published: April 2016
Categories: Education
Responsible Business Awards 2016 - Shortlisted

ACT Training – The Pre-Apprenticeship Programme

The ACT Pre-Apprenticeship Programme supports high-achieving school leavers who are ready and able to enter the world of work, earn a good wage and join a company that can nurture their potential.

Published: April 2016

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