FRE to receive Feefo Gold Trusted Service award

24 May 2018 (Last Updated May 24th, 2018 11:10)

UK-based renewable energy company Future Renewables Eco (FRE) is being awarded the Feefo Gold Trusted Service award after receiving positive feedback from its investors.

UK-based renewable energy company Future Renewables Eco (FRE) is being awarded the Feefo Gold Trusted Service award after receiving positive feedback from its investors.

Trusted Service was created by Feefo and is awarded only to those businesses that use Feefo to collect genuine ratings as well as reviews.

FRE is reported to have met all the criteria of collecting at least 50 reviews between 01 January and 31 December last year and received a Feefo service rating of between 4.5 and 5.0.

The feedback was gathered from investors who made investments in all four phases of FRE funding rounds.

Feefo CEO Andrew Mabbutt said: “The Trusted Service award has always been about recognising those companies that go the extra mile.

"To be recognised for delivering exceptional experiences to our customers is a great achievement and highlights the success of our projects to date."

“Once again, we have seen many incredible businesses using Feefo to its full potential, to provide truly memorable experiences for their customers – and rightly being awarded with our most prestigious accreditation.

“I look forward to the continual success of the businesses that work in partnership with Feefo throughout 2018.”

Established in 2015, FRE aims to deliver a substantial source of income whilst encouraging an ethical and eco-friendly way of generating electricity.

FRE director Brian Duffy said: “Providing an opportunity to support clean energy projects is a strong attraction for many of our investors.

“To be recognised for delivering exceptional experiences to our customers is a great achievement and highlights the success of our projects to date.

“As more of our developments begin to generate the power we will play an increasingly important role in supplying the UK and Ireland with sustainable energy.”

In November last year, FRE opened the £30m funding round for its phase four development.

Additionally, three of the wind energy sites including Carryduff, Pomeroy and Newry that are part of the Phase III development, have recently become operational and are generating power.