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Flogas has been supplying Irish homes and businesses with energy since 1978. We are committed to becoming one of Ireland’s most sustainable energy supply companies and to helping you to reduce the carbon footprint of your home energy use.
At Flogas, you get 100% renewable electricity as standard and the cherry on top? We have partnered with Trees on the Land on a commitment to plant one tree for every switch made to Flogas.
This means that just by joining us you’ll be restoring nature and cutting carbon.
Trees on the Land is a not-for-profit cross-border initiative that plants young native trees across the island of Ireland. With Trees on the Land, we intend to plant trees during the winter of 2022-2023 for every customer that signs up to any of our ‘Green Future Tariffs’.
How it works?
From April 25th 2022, Flogas Energy are committed to planting a tree for every customer that makes the switch to Flogas Energy. Trees on the Land have a vision to establish tree cover and woodland in rural and urban areas that will grow for many years and provide valuable resources, beneficial ecosystem services for future generations.
Trees on the Land is a charity and not for profit project from the Green Economy Foundation - The Green Economy Foundation (previously the Irish Natural Forestry Foundation) is an Environmental NGO based at the 300-acre Manch Estate in Co. Cork. Established in 2002 to promote sustainable forestry practice.
Where are the trees planted?
Trees on the Land is a cross-border initiative covering the 32 counties of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. They work with farmers, smallholders, community groups, councils, schools, colleges, and other landowners to coordinate hundreds of planting sites to accommodate trees each year.
When does the planting take place?
Trees on the Land plants trees each winter season between December and March. Trees are distributed to landowners taking part who then plant the trees themselves with support as needed from the Trees on the Land team.
What sort of trees and woodlands do you plant?
Trees on the Land focuses on native Irish trees. All of the trees are grown in Ireland and are of certified native seed provenance.
They plant individual trees, groups of trees, small woodlands, shelter belts, hedgerows, coppice groves, agroforestry projects, orchards and larger woodlands. They work with hundreds of farmers, smallholders, schools and colleges, community groups, councils and other landowners to coordinate land to accommodate trees each season.
They supply bare-rooted forestry grade whips; these young trees are hardy and well adapted to the Irish climate and being small, can be handled and planted easily.
Are the trees protected or will they be harvested?
Trees on the Land works with landowners to establish continuous tree and woodland cover that will be managed in a sustainable fashion for many generations. They encourage all of our landowners to engage closely with the management of their trees and to use the resources provided. Continuous cover management allows constant regeneration so there should always be trees on the sites originally planted.
How do I find out more?
If you have any questions or queries you can visit Trees on the Land or you can email email@example.com. Trees on the Land is a charity & not-for-profit project from the Green Economy Foundation, Manch Estate, Ballineen, Co. Cork, Ireland. Charity Number: 15746.