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The Little Green Energy Company, from Marden, eyes future growth for green energy

A company specialising in helping homeowners reduce their carbon footprint says it plans to keep growing and says the Covid crisis has "made it stronger".

Marden-based The Little Green Energy Company is marking its 10-year anniversary and says the on-going push towards a greener future should ensure its bottom line.

Simon Dudson, right, believes his company can continue to expand despite the health crisis
Simon Dudson, right, believes his company can continue to expand despite the health crisis

It specialises in installing green technologies such as solar panels and electric vehicle recharging points to homeowners and companies.

Managing director Simon Dudson says he has seen the technical landscape change dramatically over the years, but nothing could have prepared him for the last few months.

He said: "With what we have learned and overcome in the past 10 years and with year-on-year growth we have high hopes for the future.

"Covid-19 has tried to derail many companies, but I feel this will make us stronger. We’ve already learnt so much about our business as result and made improvements that perhaps we may not have noticed under ordinary circumstances.

"Climate change is firmly on the agenda and I believe we are in a prime position to help people work towards a greener future."

A solar panel installation by The Little Green Energy Company at Maidstone FC's home ground
A solar panel installation by The Little Green Energy Company at Maidstone FC's home ground

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