As one of the UK’s largest independent utility providers, we recognise we have a responsibility to support the development of our people and the growth of our business.
We are committed to acting in a socially and ethically responsible way, and have several policies which govern how we operate.
ESP has developed and grown over the past 20 years by building strong relationships based on mutual trust and benefit with our customers, our people and our investors. We are committed to acting responsibly, and holding ourselves, and those we do business with, to the highest standards of conduct and ethics.
This trust is built on a foundation of being open and transparent, and we are pleased to share our strategy for sustainability in everything we do.
We believe to be successful, we must act in the best interest of our people, our community and our planet.
The Utilities sector is going through enormous change as we rise to the challenge of achieving Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050. We are committed to operating in a safe and compliant way that minimises our environmental impact, and supports the transition to greener energy.
We strive to create the best experience for our customers, partners and employees. We believe our strength lies in respecting the differences of our people, and encouraging and using those differences for the good of everyone.
We value diversity, and provide an open and transparent environment where everyone is comfortable sharing ideas. We recognise the differing needs of our people and embed policies that support a flexible and varied workforce.
We believe in engaging with the communities we work within and are proud to support the charitable work of the Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) and the National Energy Foundation (NEF).
https://www.qef.org.uk/ is a disability charity based in Surrey that offers a wide range of expert services that make a real difference to disabled people’s lives.
The NEF http://www.nef.org.uk/ is an independent charity working to improve energy use in UK buildings through projects including supporting the provision of affordable warmth.