Wave and SaveMoneyCutCarbon announce new partnership

Media release date: 4th April 2022


Wave has entered into a partnership with SaveMoneyCutCarbon, a leading energy, water and carbon reduction specialist, to help their mid market and large, multi-site commercial customers to reduce their carbon emissions, water and energy usage and make their operations more sustainable. 

Wave have previously announced their ambition to work together with their customers to help them cut carbon and reduce their water consumption. As part of this new partnership, Wave customers will be able to draw upon SaveMoneyCutCarbon’s specialist advice by booking a free video call with a SaveMoneyCutCarbon mentor. Together they will explore the ways in which customers can reduce their carbon footprint whilst saving money by using water and energy more sustainably. Options may include carbon reduction audits, supply and installation of energy and water saving projects; and support with ESG reporting. 

Speaking on behalf of Wave, Oli Shelley, Head of Operations said: “We’re really excited about this partnership with SaveMoneyCutCarbon. As a business, we’ve not only set ourselves the target to become net zero by 2030 but we’re also committed to working with our customers across the UK to cut CO2 emissions by 3.7 million kg by 2026. The expertise our customers will have access to through SaveMoneyCutCarbon’s Carbon Mentors will provide valuable support and direction on their journey to net zero.”

In a comment from SaveMoneyCutCarbon, Mark Sait, CEO, said: “Companies across the UK want to do more to cut carbon and reduce costs but need clear guidance on the most effective ways to achieve their goals. 
We’re here to help and will be supporting Wave’s customers, using our platform, tools, proven products and delivery capabilities. It’s a time of transformative change and we have unique knowledge and expertise to help deliver the national retrofit needed in the UK’s domestic and commercial building stock, turbo-charging companies’ adoption of energy and water efficiency to achieve the UK’s net zero carbon target. Our vision is to become the ‘go to’ brand for homes and organisations that want to cut consumption, reduce their carbon footprint and be more sustainable. And collaborations like this really work for everyone and the planet.”