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British Canoeing partners with Igloo Energy

British Canoeing is pleased to announce a new partnership with Igloo Energy as Official Energy Partner.



Launched in 2017, Igloo Energy is on a mission to help its customers use less energy and provide them with cleaner and greener energy systems. Its dedication to this mission perfectly aligns with British Canoeing’s environmental values, making this the perfect partnership.

With Igloo Energy’s reputation for providing sustainable energy and award-winning customer service, the partnership will provide members and wider paddlesport enthusiasts with access to a sustainable energy provider that wants to reduce your bills.

Find out more about Igloo Energy's smart energy products here.


David Joy, Chief Executive at British Canoeing, said:

“I am delighted that British Canoeing can welcome the Igloo Energy brand to the paddlesport family.

“This is a partnership that fits well with our environmental strategy, especially as we look to build momentum for ‘Clear Access, Clear Waters’ into 2021.

“We very much look forward to working with Igloo Energy and providing our members with the opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint, their energy consumption and their bills.

Matt Clemow, CEO and co-founder of Igloo Energy, said: “At Igloo Energy we’re dedicated to supporting our customers lessen their impact on the planet by reducing their energy consumption.

“We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with British Canoeing whose members are just as passionate about this as we are.

“The whole team is looking forward to helping thousands more people use less energy so they can further protect the environment and save money on their bills at the same time.”

In the interests of openness and transparency, we can confirm that Igloo Energy is a paid partner of British Canoeing and that, at no additional cost to you, British Canoeing will receive a commission if you make a purchase following the affiliate links in this article. 

Any funds received by British Canoeing will be reinvested directly back into paddling.